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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, december 6th. i'm juliet huddy in for anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. president obama preparing to face the nation in a prime-time address. an unusual move by the president from the oval office tonight. he's going to be talking about terror and isis. but will he also use his speech to push gun control? >> and then overnight a brand-new raid tied to the san bernardino terror attacks. the feds storming the home of syed farook's childhood friend. what they found and what we just learned about the targets. and the new york daily news hitting a new low this morning? this writer now attacking one of the victims of the san bernardino rampage. even putting part of the blame on him.
we'll let you decide. "fox & friends" begins right now. good morning, everyone. >> welcome in. >> juliet, greet to see you. >> good to be back. >> thank you for doing this. >> we have a jam packed four hours this morning. >> let's get to the news. we're going to start with a fox news alert. the fbi expanding its investigation into the deadly terror attack in san bernardino. overnight authorities raiding the riverside, california, home of syed farook's friend and former neighbor enrique marquez. they believe he may have purchased and provided two of the four weapons used in wednesday's attack that killed 14 people and wounded 21 others. farook reportedly lived in riverside for several years before moving to redlands. >> under the cover of darkness, the fbi stormed the home, with guns drawn, breaking glass, using a torch to get into the garage. >> it was crazy. there was so much going on. >> i came out and i was standing right here, and i thought oh, my
gosh. a s.w.a.t. team, and a sheriff. >> authorities aren't saying what they found in the raid. they do say the former neighbor is not a suspect in the shootings, but they do want to bring him in for questioning. meanwhile, tonight, president obama will give a rare speech from the oval office to address the terror attack. only his third address from the oval office in seven years. he's set to talk at 8:00 pmplgt m. eastern time. so it is rare if you look at the number of times he's actually spoke from the oval office. the gulf of mexico oil spill happened in 2010. june 15th of 2010. and then the end of u.s. combat operations in iraq, august 31st, 2010. so this is only the third time. >> the pressure on him is enormous to do this. even democrats are concerned by the white house response to this. they really do seem like baghdad bob, totally unwilling, maybe even unable to acknowledge the truth about the isis war on the united states. and hopefully he'll course correct it. >> you had c.a.r.e. come out, almost immediately the center for islamic relations in america
come out and hold a press conference, fox news held it live, condemning the attacks. immediately coming out. and you have the president finally making this address tonight. >> you see on social media over and over and over again, like you said tucker, even among democratic supporters, people saying we're tired of hearing about what islam is, what it isn't. we don't want to hear about gun control. you know, let's focus on the fact that we are now seeing these lone wolf style attacks. this is indeed what a lone wolf -- >> the reaction has been absurd. the idea is the u.s. government imports people from countries where islamic extremism is common. at public expense. they live here. go on welfare. attack us, and we have to give up our constitutional rights in response to that? that's not an adequate response. you know the president's serious if he doesn't tell us we need to import more syrian refugees. i'll be interested to see if he talks about global warming. that's one of the messages we've been hearing from the president is the biggest threat to the united states over the past few days. global warming in the wake of this trirs attack. and then you have ambassador james woolsey the former cia director under bill clinton talking about the oceans
shrinking. and this is one of the main reasons that we're having this problem. listen. >> the oceans have shrunk. people can come at us a lot more easily than they could before. we can't just sit here and pretend everything is rosy because we've killedladen. or because of some other step. we've got to stay with it, and a lot more than we are now. >> so we're tired. americans are tired of hearing the president hemming and hawing about whether or not this was a terror attack. it's a terror attack. pretty clear. people had, you know, they pledged their allegiance to isis. what do you guys have to say about this? what are your feelings about what the president is going to say tonight? what do you want to hear? what's the number one thing you want to hear? >> the president's got to give us the sense that he understands why this is happening. these are people who shot 30 people they didn't know. who died in the process, who had a 6-month-old child, and did it anyway. what does that tell you? they're not doing this because they're poor, they're mad about climate change. they did it because they believe
god told them to do it. that is a totally different kind of threat. that's a theological threat. and i want to know the president gets that. >> and he's also got to reassure americans. you hear the ambassador saying they're here. they're living amongst us. they're coming across our border. they're coming across the southern border, so as the president of the united states you have to reassure americans, they can go about their business. they can live their lives. we don't want to live in fear. but also, working behind the scenes to know that we're watching these people, that we're capturing these people. how does someone with a fiancee visa with a fake address get back into the united states? >> and that we're not worried. we're not thinking about racial profiling, we're not thinking about trying to be politically correct, that we're thinking about keeping our country safe. that should be the number one thing here. yesterday i was watching you guys yesterday, in the comfort of my lovely bed, and you held up "the new york times." front page of "the new york times." with the gun control, you know, big to-do for the first time, you know, there was an editorial on the front page. and everyone is all aflutter and atwitter about it. >> of course.
>> so erick erickson -- >> the first time in 95 years that they had an editorial on the front page of the newspaper. not since they condemned the nomination of warren g. harding as a republican nominee did they put an editorial on the front page. actually that was pretty impressive at the time -- >> they had to put it on the front page because nobody reads "the new york times" editorials because they're stupid. and this is consistent with their stupidity, i would say. this is a front page editorial, condemning gun ownership, calling for new laws to take your guns away. but it didn't specify which guns should be taken away or which ammunition, which rounds, because they have no idea. erick erickson made that point in a more visual way by taking "the new york times" editorial and shooting it. >> so if you saw him yesterday on instagram, he was showing the guns on his bed that he was going to take out. and "the new york times" actual paper and fire bullet holes into it. here's what he said yesterday, he said this is what i think of
"the new york times" editorial today. the united states suffered its worst terrorist attack since september 11th and the new york times' response is all law abiding citizens need their guns taken away. screw them. "the new york times" wants you to be sitting ducks for a bunch of armed jihadists who "the new york times" thinks no doubt got that way because of the united states. >> so the next time you hear someone say we need gun control, i heard this last night at dinn dinner, we need gun control. really? name the law that would have prevented this or any other nas shooting over the past 12 years. what specific law, other than confiscating the hundreds of millions of firearms in this country, which you can't do, we'd have a civil war. short of that, what law would have stopped these? they don't have an answer because there isn't one. >> erick erickson is a controversial guy. that's what he does. that's hit thing. not surprisingly you get a ton of reaction on social media. people lambasting him. people supporting him, as well. interestingly when you look at the daily news now one of the writers there, she wrote something, an article that shocking a lot of people. it's actually attacking one of
the victims of the san bernardino attacks. the man who is the -- who has been very, very active on websites, blogging and things like that. >> he was a mess yankic jew, speaking to evangelical christianity and she makes the point because he was religious, and was an nra member and didn't like obama, he deserved to be killed. and more than that, he probably is the reason these two nut cases shot up that center in san bernardino. here's what she writes. they were two, she includes his wife in this, hate-filled big bigoted municipal employees. now 13 people are dead in unspeakable carnage. >> take a look at the covers over the past few days. here is their friday cover, the nra terrorists, catch this. and then jihadi wayne. here's another one back on november 23rd. and then of course we all remember this one, this week, god isn't fixing this and putting up the tweets from different members of different gop candidates. >> well, here's what's
happening. "the new york post" is dying. it's literally going out of business, like "the new york times." it shrinks every year. >> the daily news. >> rather the daily news is going -- it's just going away. and this is a desperate attempt for attention. but it's a disgusting one. >> i will say, though, the editorials are supposed to be provocative and they're supposed to get people crazy and just this definitely does that. >> i think that's why "the new york times" put it on the front page. if you look honestly at -- i mean, i don't know who's reading them. but if you look at their most clicked on stories on a regular basis, their editorials are the most read stories on their websites most often or the most shared. david brooks columns, paul krugman columns. so to put something like that on their front page as the -- as the head of "the new york times" is saying, to stoke conversation -- >> but it's the theme of the thing. it's your fault. two chakos from a foreign country come and murder a bunch of innocent people, you did it, because our a bigot, you have guns, you like the nra, whatever you did, it's your fault. >> let us know what you think
about all this this morning. we have much more to talk about this morning. e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org. >> let's go to the headlines. we're starting with a fox news alert. oh, terror in london. a man wielding a knife shouts this is for syria before stabbing three people at a train station. [ bleep ] law enforcement officials were saying uk was next. witnesses say the man was waving around a three inch or so knife as people ran out of the station. obviously horrified. police tased him six times before arresting him. right away, investigators calling it an act of terror. right away. by the way. the three victims expected to be okay. two people, including a police officer, are rushed to the hospital after a shooting and a four-hour-long standoff at a motorcycle shop in wisconsin. investigators say two armed men took hostages inside the shop and fired at police responding to the scene. one bullet did hit an officer's helmet which police say saved his life. one suspect was shot and killed
after refusing to drop his weapon. the other surrendered. police are trying to determine what the motive was. a major scare in the air for morgan freeman. a private plane carrying the actor blew a tire during takeoff, forcing an emergency landing down in mississippi. freeman was heading to texas to shoot more scenes for this movie, a story of god, when the plane skidded off the runway into a dirt field. luckily, thankfully, no one was hurt. and a statement freeman thanked his excellent pilot for preventing any injuries. and college football playoff picture is starting to come into focus a bit. last minute stretch for touchdown lifts michigan state past iowa 16-13. the late lunge gave the spartans the big ten title, likely a spot in college football playoffs and also clemson stays unbeaten holding off north carolina in the acc championship game. tigers quarterback sean watson throwing for three touchdowns. and to alabama, they win the s.e.c. championship. after a dominating 29-15 win
against florida. the crimson tide becoming the first team since 1998 to win two straight s.e.c. titles. missouri tigers, where are you? >> good question. >> oh. >> all right coming up here on the show, is there a growing tension between the white house and the fbi? our next guest a former fbi special agent says the risk is this and it's putting our national security at risk. >> and then, a gun is taken off the streets of chicago every 74 minutes and yet there have already been more shootings in that city since last year. is gun control working in chicago? does it work anywhere? that debate ahead. growing up, we were german. we danced in a german dance group. i wore lederhosen. when i first got on ancestry i was really surprised that i wasn't finding all of these germans in my tree. i decided to have my dna tested through ancestry dna. the big surprise was we're not german at all. 52% of my dna comes from scotland and ireland. so, i traded in my lederhosen for a kilt.
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refugees. and the rift caused by the ferguson effect. then, to the white house refusing to call the san bernardino shooting an act of terror until comey's news conference with attorney general loretta lynch by his side. the list goes on and on. what's going on here and why does it matter? tim clemente is a tired fbi special agent and he joins us now. what is going on here? >> i think what we have the difference between politics, which the white house is very busy doing, and the work of the fbi, which is supposed to be totally devoid of politics. the white house wants a certain message, they want a certain let's call it propaganda, that we are safe, that we don't face a legitimate threat. and i think we've heard that over the last several years about isis, and about other groups. you know, bin laden is dead. al qaeda is on the run. that message obviously isn't 100% true. but i can understand why the white house wants to put that out. on the other side is director comey and the fbi, whose objective is purely and completely to find the truth. >> something you know very well,
as a former fbi special agent. what is the fbi's -- i known when they -- do they get on the phone, call the white house, before they start this investigation? say this might not jive with your talking points here? >> they're simply focused on getting to the truth? >> they're simply focused on the truth. you have the fbi assistant director in charge of the los angeles division that's on the scene out in san bernardino and he's directly in communication with the director's office. responding back to what evidence has been found. and what they think this leads to. and obviously terrorism was one of the first things on their mind, which is why there was such a big fbi presence immediately. but it may not be a message that the white house wants to get out. but, it's not necessarily something. the reason the fbi doesn't come out instantly and say this is terrorism is because the truth is what matters. and they're trying to find the truth before they explicitly say it. so there's no -- i don't have any problem with the fbi not jumping that direction immediately. though, i did on a fox news program that evening, because it appeared to me that my opinion was it was terrorism. for the director, to come out and give that press conference, it was saying, we are taking
over this investigation, it's now fbi priority, as a terrorism investigation. it's no longer a local investigation. >> so i asked you about the what. what's going on here? why is this going on? why does the white house not come out quickly to talk this down? and we also have the president speaking tonight. so he's got to walk a delicate line here? >> i think we've seen from this administration that there've been very, very, very remorseful about mentioning islamic extremism at all. and/or terrorism. and i think the message they're trying to keep this narrative going, and the narrative doesn't necessarily reflect reality. >> what's the narrative? >> the narrative is that we're safe and that we're doing a great job against isis. we're doing these bombing raids in syria and iraq. we were affected against al qaeda and its leadership. and we may have been affected against its leadership but this is a virus. >> so the narrative is that we're safer now than we've ever been before and now we're seeing home grown terrorism, attacks on our soil, the worst terror attack since 9/11 on our soil. what does the president say tonight at this press conference? >> i think he's going to say don't worry, he's not going to
want people to not shop at christmastime. so there's economic concerns. you know, obviously the fear after 9/11 affected our economy greatly. and he doesn't want that to happen now. but the reality is, that this is a threat we do face, we will face it for the foreseeable future, and it is here in america and all 50 states as the director has mentioned in the past about investigations of isis and personnel trying to go and fight for isis overseas. now we see that they don't need to go overseas. they do it here. >> frightening. tim clemente, we appreciate you joining us this morning. i should mention it's not a press conference tonight. of course press won't be asking questions. >> no. >> he'll be simply addressing the american people tonight. coming up here on the show, every 74 minutes a chicago police officer takes an illegal gun off the streets but that city's seen nearly 2,000 shootings this year alone. so is gun control really the answer? one councilwoman still outraged that her town is calling a christmas tree a christmas tree, that she almost quit her job. have we lost our minds?
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home goods store in california back in 1966 and sold it over 20 years later but remained closely involved in operations. thanks juliet. president obama not holding back, renewing his demand for gun control following the shootings in san bernardino. >> we know that the killers in san bernardino used military-style assault weapons. weapons of war. to kill as many people as they could. it's another tragic reminder that here in america, it's way too easy for dangerous people to get their hands on a gun. >> you need to give up your guns to make america safer. well, there are a lot of strict gun laws in this country, especially in the president's home city of chicago. police there recover on average of one illegal gun every 74 minutes. but, has it made the city safer? we're going to talk now to a man who would know. former chicago police sergeant pete taconos. great to see you this morning. >> great to see you. >> so here are some stats for our viewers who aren't familiar with the city of chicago.
2015, so far. 2,777 -- >> we have thousands of cops and so far we've taken over 6500 guns off the street, which is more than los angeles or new york combined. somebody is shot in this city every 2 hours and 55 minutes, there's somebody murdered in this city every 74 hours and 15 minutes. murdered. >> hmm. >> so what we have is the president that comes out and says we need commonsense gun laws. if somebody can explain to me what commonsense gun laws are, i'll agree. because i'd be the first one to tell you i wasn't on board with concealed carry or anything like that. the past year i am. what we have now -- >> so, pete, what changed your mind on concealed carry? >> because, now we have this run, it used to be run, hide, and wait for the police to come. >> right. >> now it's changed. the more dangerous thing is, it's got to be run, hide, and fight. and what happens is, that
policemen or policewoman that first pulls up on the scene at a school or an auditorium or whatever the building is shooting, has to get out of their car with that pistol in their hand, or that revolver in their hand, and go in and try to engage the shooter and put him down. because we learned that if we wait five or ten minutes for a s.w.a.t. team or whatever, more people are going to die. so those first officers have to be there. and the president, he turns around and says i want to take the military vehicles and the military equipment away from police departments, because it looks like an occupational force. if you looked at that san bernardino case that just happened, those two police carriers were the two things that were able to get that truck where those two people were, and nobody else got hurt except them, but if the police would have been driving up in squad cars these guys would have shot those squad cars to death. >> so places in the united states where the least gun control, vermont, maine,
wyoming, have the least gun crime. places with the most gun control, washington, d.c., chicago, have the most. why has this fact escaped the attention of, say your mayor rahm emanuel who is still calling for more gun control? >> well, he should step aside after what happened with this mcdonald shooting. but other than that, i can register my guns. i have to take a test every year, federal law, so i can carry a gun anywhere in the united states. concealed carry guy takes a test once every five years, and he can still carry the gun. he doesn't have to be tested every year. but the problem being, is i'm a responsible gun owner. most people are responsible. if you've got to worry about the person that's mentally ill, you've got to worry about the person that's a terrorist. and you've got to worry about the person that's a gang banger, whatever. they don't take care of their guns. they don't clean their guns. they don't do anything. they just find the guns. and the statistic that we found
is that gang bangers more afraid of getting pinched with a gun, not because he got caught with the gun, because the gang lost that gun. >> right, i can see that. >> that gun doesn't just stay with one guy. that gun will go and be hidden so anybody in that gang can use that gun. >> pete, sorry, unfortunately we're out of time. >> they get them from indiana. they get them from mississippi. they get them from straw purchasers, guys that buy them anywhere and then they bring them here. >> pete from chicago. longtime chicago police sergeant. thanks for joining us this morning. well, up next we're going live to redlands, california, where the fbi is expanding its investigation into the terror that took place their last week. former d.c. detective rod wheeler is there for us. he's going to explain what the feds are looking for and what they're finding. plus, terrorism is turning into a big political issue all of a sudden. >> if i'm elected to serve as commander in chief we won't cower in the face of evil, america will lead.
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that we can all win. prudential bring your challenges® welcome back to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. we're back with a fox news alert now. the fbi expanding its investigation into the deadly terror attack in san bernardino, raiding suspect syed farook's friend's home following a lead that he bought two of the guns
that were used in wednesday's rampage. >> joining us live to talk about this and more from redlands, california, is contributor and former homicide detective rod wheeler. good to have you here this morning. you're up very, very early. we appreciate it. >> absolutely. >> bring us up to date. what are the developments that you have seen overnight? >> right. the investigation continues to expand. now, riverside is the area where the friend of the suspect resides, and riverside is only about 10 to 15 miles away from where i'm standing right now. i actually went down to riverside last night, after i heard that the fbi had raided this individual's home. now let me tell you and the viewers real quickly what the fbi did. the fbi got information when they did the search warrant right here at the suspect's home, they got information, they got evidence, that indicated other individuals were close to these two suspects. so what they did, the closest person to them physically would be over in riverside. they got a search warrant. this is so important. they got a search warrant, they went over to this guy's house,
and they did a search warrant at his home, they took out boxes of information, boxes of evidence. they had not said exactly, juliet, what they took out, but it's believed that they took other information, and they may have even got the names of other individuals that that person is affiliated with. so we're going to continue to see this investigation expand throughout the week. >> two of those smashed cell phones also, rod, trying to trace the digital footprint. so two of the cell phones found at the scene that were smashed in an effort of trying to cover up who they may have been talking to to try to trace all of these digital footprints, right? >> that's right. you know what? here's the other interesting thing, clayton. even though they smashed those cell phones the information, the data from the cell phones, can still be retrieved from the cell phone company. so, as a result, the fbi got another search warrant for those cell phone records, the cell phone company has already turned that information over to the fbi. now, real quickly, one thing that jim comey said the other
day that was very, very important. in that press conference he said that they have agents all around the world connecting the dots. so this is a massive investigation, involving multiple agencies. all around the world. it's going to take a couple of weeks. but i think we're going to see more things happening this week, guys. >> i bet there's no doubt about that. rod wheeler, thanks a lot for that update. appreciate it. >> sure. >> thanks, rod. now terrorism turning into a big issue on the campaign trail. candidates turning their focus to defeating isis and combatting radical islam. >> garrett tenney joins us live from washington, d.c. with the latest. garrett, good morning. >> good morning. you all will remember that in the most recent fox news poll, that terrorism and national security are now the top issues for voters. so it's no surprise that that's what the candidates are focusing on and nearly every candidate is trying to make the case that they are the best equipped to handle the fight against terrorism. a host of the gop candidates are in iowa this weekend for the conservative rising tide summit, where ted cruz made some headlines for saying if he's elected, he'll carpetbomb the
islamic state into oblivion. and last night the texas senator who currently ranks third in the polls in iowa released this new campaign ad to bolster his national defense credentials. >> if i'm elected
to serve as commander in chief, we won't cower in the face of evil. america will lead. we'll rebuild our military. we'll kill the terrorists. and every islamic militant will know, if you wage jihad against us, you're signing your death warrant. and under no circumstances will i ever apologize for america. >> at a rally in davenport, iowa, donald trump bashed democrats for responding to terrorist attacks by pushing reforms for gun control. the gop front-runner said if more good people had guns on them, fewer people would get killed in these attacks. as for the terrorists he said they're actually afraid and don't really want to die. >> you know, it's a whole big hoax they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to
die. they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ], believe me. they don't want to die. they don't want to die. >> the next republican debate is less than ten days away, and you can bet national security will be a big part of that discussion, as well. back to you all. >> all right. thanks garrett. >> kind of hard to know how to respond to that. pretty unbelievable. thank you very much. >> it's not often you have to beep out a presidential candidate. but, there you go. >> all righty. seriously, speaking of terror, the united states could face a major roadblock in the isis fight. the air force says it is running out of bombs. and they're basically expending so much and they can't replenish the supplies. nor than 20,000 bombs and missiles have been fired during the 15-month campaign in syria. and while the air force says it has enough bombs at the moment, it will need future funding for the long fight ahead. a dangerous ax wielding robbery caught on camera. you can see the man in the red using the ax to break up a case. the glass case at a jewelry store in china.
he grabs a handful of loot, and then the employ ee just jumps over, tackles him to the ground, gets into essentially a wrestling match on the ground. the employee pins the guy until police arrive. the man is now charged with robbery. no one was hurt. during the struggle. a new jersey councilwoman quits over the word christmas. this after her fellow council members voted to change a ceremony name from the annual holiday tree lighting to the annual christmas tree lighting. because you know, christmas, a christmas tree, that's the whole point of lighting the tree. councilwoman charlene story said the event's new name violates the separation of church and state. but just hours after quitting she took back her resignation and she will now head a new diversity committee. so, she was mad but not that mad. >> a diversity committee? >> have we lost our minds? >> let's get over to maria molina and check on the forecast. >> maria! >> not much has changed since yesterday. we're still stuck on the same weather pattern with relatively quiet weather conditions across parts of the eastern u.s., the
exception is across south florida, where we've been dealing with a lot of heavy rain over the last couple of days. but now that system finally starting to push off shore. so we're seeing that rain dissipating across south florida. some lingering showers out there. there is a new wave that's moving through parts of the midwest. out there you're noticing some areas of rain developing across iowa, northern parts of missouri, eventually that's going to keep pushing eastward and tomorrow parts of the appalachians could be seeing some rain from that system. but a much more significant and stronger storm farther west. we've been telling you how unsettled it's been across places like washington state, oregon, northern california, and that is continuing do. a very busy picture here with rain across the lower elevations. and various heavy mountain snow and strong winds, gusting over 50 miles per hour, as well. how much rain are we expecting out here? take a look at that purple showing up across coastal areas of oregon and washington. that's eight inches of rain. so flash flooding will be a big concern. the higher elevations could see more than a foot of snow. we'll keep you updated. again, dangerous conditions
expected out there into early next week. that's over to you. >> all right. >> thank you very much. >> thanks a lot, maria. >> the white house says the california killers do not appear to be part of a larger terror cell, but our next guest shows us hotbeds of extremism that exist right here in the united states. >> and the feds can't look at five years of a killer's phone records. why? because the nsa shut down its surveillance program. so the question this morning, is it time to bring it back? we'll debate it. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like ordering wine equals pretending to know wine. pinot noir, which means peanut of the night. [special effects] lisa! what took you so long? duracell quantum lasts longer in 99% of devices, [laser blasts] so you can power imagination all day long. [duracell slamtones]
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united states? >> you know, i try not to use the term lone wolf. because with the internet, they're never really alone. they create this alternative social environment. we may think they're alone because they're in a basement somewhere but if all day you're talking online to someone and getting advice and guidance from someone, are you really a lone wolf? i don't think so. >> i think the initial feeling about lone wolf was oh, you're just being inspired. you're seeing what's happening and then you're being inspired by that. you're saying these people are talking to each other, there seems to be communication and engagement. >> and that's almost always the case. it's not someone that just says okay, i like isis. they have to be convinced of it. they have to be enkouraged. there's someone that they need to ask critical questions to and get those answers and that's how the had calization process happens very quickly. >> we know new york city is a big terror target. you would think big cities like new york and washington, d.c. would have a high rate of arrests for, you know, isis or terrorist related people. but what other states are we looking at specifically that have higher incidences? >> well, there is this really shocking congressional homeland
security report that came out, and what they said was that 26% of the people that are arrested that have gone to syria to join the jihadists or were trying to came from minnesota. >> why minnesota? >> that's part of a pattern we've been seeing where the somali american community there, there's a tiny minority that was sympathetic to al qaeda's branch in somalia, and then just from that network it grew into isis because isis is the new hot terrorist group that radicals want to join. 12% come from california, and then 12% of the arrests are in the new york/new jersey area. >> are there any other surprising areas that are sort of hotbeds for this? other states? >> in terms of isis those would be the major ones. but it can happen anywhere. like i said, you just need to have a computer and you can connect with someone and just be indoctrinated with that propaganda. >> what's very troubling to a lot of folks, i watch social media and see what the trends are. you saw with the terrorist attacks the cousin who blew herself up out in the street there. now with this specific situation in san bernardino you see this
wife, young mother, you know, little baby. will we start seeing more women as terrorists? >> we're already seeing that, actually. >> and why? >> part of that has to do with the propaganda. because what isis does is, there's two different ways. first, they actually will flirt online. they look for women that, and young girls that they can come into contact with. they begin a romantic relationship and say come join the caliphate, you can be a nurse, or even a soldier. >> women all like to be flirted with, but i mean there's a difference between being flirted with and then being told you're pretty and here, why don't you blow up some americans. so what are they saying? what is the one thing you think that's really grabbing these women? >> well, believe it or not they actually glorify women within the organization. so if there's a woman on the battlefield, or who is getting medical treatment, they put a lot of pictures out, and they say this is our version of true women's rights. and here's why it's better than what's offered in america. in america you become a sex object. you're judged for what you look like and that's why there are self-esteem issues.
here in the caliphate when your face is covered if a man loves you, he loves you for you, it's not about looks. and i see that message over and over again. >> that's really interesting. very quickly, what do we need to be doing better here? and i know this is like sort of the open ended question if somebody had the answer for it they'd be a billionaire. but what, in your opinion, what do we need to do, where are we really lacking? >> the biggest thing has to do with messaging. because isis has this horrible message and we don't do a good job of countering it. >> what should we be saying? >> think of it this way, they have these amazing videos that go out that portray success. we'll have successes on the ground that virtually no one hears about. why don't we have similar videos we're distributing. and more work has to go into confidential informants. according to that report, 75% of the time a foreign fighter or an aspiring foreign fighter is arrested it's because someone in their immediate social circle, usually a muslim, reports them to the fbi and even goes a step further and helps record them and keep tabs on them. >> see something, say something, as they say. good to have you here.
>> thank you. >> early on a sunday morning. all right coming up, one university president telling students to arm themselves. >> as more good people have concealed carry permits, then we could end those muslims before they -- before they go off and kill. >> that is jerry falwell jr. grabbing headlines for those comments. more of his fiery and very controversial speech at the top of the hour. and here's a way to think out of the box this christmas. to lighten things up quite a bit. a man taking the holiday spirit to another level. the gift that will inspire faith and make sure no one forgets the reason for the season.
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also employ people who have been jobless for a while. great companies doing great things and trying to help consumers discover this. >> how many companies do you work with? >> about three to four every month. >> how did you come up with this idea? >> based on the idea that as christians, we should be conscious consumers and not just buying consumers. especially now. we have our cell phones in our pocket. we can do a little bit of research. make sure the companies we're supporting are doing good. that was kind of the beginning of that. >> i love the fact that people care. you hear from politicians and the president, "the new york times," americans dumb and bigoted and selfish. most people would rather buy from a company doing good. >> exactly. we want to help them discover it. a lot of companies smaller in size don't have the means to market them. >> is that to help the companies or is it open basically to
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what do you want to hear the commander in chief say in the wake of the terror attacks? your comments are pouring in. we'll bring them to you. under the cover of darkness, a new raid in the san bernardino terror attacks. storming the home of the syed farook's childhood friend. what we've learned and what's coming next. that's all just ahead. one university president tells his students, it's time to arm themselves. >> get your permit. we offer a free course. let's teach them a lesson if they ever show up here. >> jerry falwell, jr., grabbing headlines for those comments. more of his fiery speech in moments. "fox and friends," hour two starts now. well, good morning. we want to start with a fox news alert on this unfolding story. the fbi expanding its investigation into the deadly terror attack in san bernardino,
california. new video showing an overnight raid at the riverside, california, home of syed farook's friend and former neighbor. enrique marquez. >> they believe he bought two of the four weapons that he and his wife used in the raid that killed 14 people and injured critically in some cases 21 others. farook lived in riverside for several years before moving to red lands. >> they stormed the home smashing glass, using a torch to open up the garage. >> i don't know exactly what happened. because i couldn't see. but all i could hear was sit down on the floor, turn around. drop to the floor. things like that. >> authorities haven't yet said what exactly they found in the raid. what they were looking for or who was in the house at the time. they do say that the former neighbor is not a suspect in the shooting. but they do want to question him. >> as we mentioned at the top of the hour, tonight president obama will give a rare speech from the oval office to address
the terror attack and the ongoing war against isis much he is set to talk at 8:00 p.m. eastern. the question is, what will he be focusing on? gun control, defining what islam is and isn't or will it be fighting terror? >> we don't know at this hour. we do know this hasn't happened often. this is only the third time, the first was to respond to the bp oil spill in june of 2010. the next was the end of combat operations in iraq. at least for the time being. that was august of 2010. so for the first time in over five years, the president will speak to the nation. what's he going to say? >> it will be interesting to watch. we had the former fbi special agent and task force command he. he says this doesn't jibe with the president's -- we're clamping down on isis and driving them out of their fox holes so to speak. even recently at three weeks
ago, the president in turkey talking about the setback that he sauld it in paris. listen. >> there will be setbacks and there will be successes. the terrible events in paris were obviously a terrible and sickening at the timeback. even as we grieve with our french friends, however, we can't lose sight that there has been progress being made. it's important for us to get the strategy right and the strategy that we're pursuing is the right one. so a lot of us are assuming he's going to pivot. he's been under pressure for his refusals to call the threat what it is. i have a lot of trouble buying that. he has no track record of doing that. he sets a course, he sticks to it no matter how unreasonable it is, whether it works or not. did he it with obama care. i think he's going to continue to blame americans for this. global warming has caused them. our second amendment is part of cause. i think he's going to announce executive action on gun control tonight. if i had to bet money, that's
what i would bet. >> that would be pretty unbelievable. among his supporters, people i know who voted for him, voted for him twice are saying we're tired of hearing about what islam is and isn't and gun control. we want to hear specifics about him talking about how he recognizes this country is now looking vulnerable. >> you can't attack something unless you understand what it is. his attorney general on friday, this friday said, "our biggest fear is that americans will be bigoted toward muslims." not that it would be isis is going to win its battle against america. >> why would you have the fbi presser by the way. there were sources saying that the fbi director didn't take it too far. i'm happy. i wanted to take it real far. i want to know, he's the expert, he's the one that gets this information. >> that's a really good point. >> this is the largest terror attack on american soil since 9/11. when you have these moments of resolve from the president, we want to see our president strong, steadfast in the face of
terrorism. these speeches in the oval office are reserved for the weighty events. will the president come out and reassure us? he's got an interesting fence to walk on because at the same time, as tim pointed out earlier, this doesn't play into the narrative that we're safer. he said it as recently as three weeks ago. >> they have no clue. they don't understand that we are fighting not people who are poor and disgruntled but are religious fanatics. they're acting what they think is according to the will of god. if you can't understand that, you can't combat it. i don't think he does. he's going to again say, i think, america you were too tolerant, you have too many guns. >> it was fascinating to look at the measuring responses from speeches and we showed the donald trump speech in the wake of the terror attacks. he was strong, i'm going to go after them. the dials went through the roof. then she played president obama's clip and even among
democratst just like went down t sounded weak and spineless almost. >> yes. facebook, social media is going crazy. we asked for your poresponses about what you want to hear. call it what it is. stop the nice labels. it's terrorism. >> how about rooting out and taking down the bad guys for a change. >> sharon writes, what he should say is the refugee program is canceled and our visa program is suspended. god bless you, sharon, for making that point. the u.s. government, the obama administration is, if you're going to sign blame, they're the one who is let this woman in. >> we'll talk about that visa program a little later. >> they're continuing to reset will these people in this country. really? >> you can watch that speech on fox newschannel at 8:00. others this morning are calling for the nsa bulk data gathering program, which was -- >> cell phones. >> in place from 2006 until last week to be reinstated.
they're saying the fact that it is no longer the wall, hampers efforts to root out terror. >> they weren't able to get five years' worth of phone records from the two terror suspects out in california in san bernardino. they could only get a couple years and go to the cell phones companies and not the actual phone records from their actual phone. >> questions this morning, how would that have stopped anything getting into the country by putting out a fake address. she's able to get a fiance visa to get it. >> so dated geniuses. you can't verify -- can't even find google maps and find out her address. >> they collected the phone data of most americans and i don't think they can point to a single terror plot foiled that data. not one. by the way, law enforcement got two years of records from them. >> former white prest house press secretary said snowden's moment is over. congress needs to bring it back. >> clamping down, diving back
into maybe giving up some of our civil liberties. >> the only way to fight terror is by giving up your constitutional rights? >> i have no problem with that. i'm fine. if they can watch the list of people, if they can monitor the list of people i taungd to and they're concerned i'm going to do something wrong like blowing away 15 people, i'm okay with that. i'm okay with them looking a. >> if you haven't done anything wrong, what are you worried about? >> that's my line. >> is that true? >> i'd like you to give your e-mail. >> share your e-mail addresses with your viewers this morning. >> private information, bank account information. >> nobody cares what i do with my boyfriend. nobody cares about the correspondence with my mom. if i'm talking to a potential terrorist, go ahead. >> it does not make america safer. >> remember the irs scandal, targeting specific -- specific information. >> i remember. >> you trust the government. >> jerry falwell, jr., president
of williamsburg virginia does not trust the government. he has his own solution to the terror crisis in america. here's what it is. >> it blows my mind when i see the president of the united states say that the answer to circumstances like that is more gun control. if some of those people in that community center had had what i've got in my back pocket right now, is it illegal to pull it out? i don't know. anyway -- i've always thought if more good people had conceal carry permits, we could end the muslims before they walked in. i just wanted to take this opportunity to encourage all of you to get your permit. we offer a free course. let's teach them a lesson if
they ever show up here. >> i don't think i could be more for -- i'm a life member of nra. i have two college students. i'm not forearming college students. >> i'm as pro-gun as you could be and i don't trust college students, i'm sorry. >> you can hear the rumbles in the audience. it was controversial. some were boo'ing. >> when you say go and end muslims, you're going to get boos for that. we're talking about the radicals. not an entire religion. >> the confusion as to whether or not this law in this particular state, he even said it. i don't know, am i allowed to pull this out right here. i'm not each sure. >> we were talking about that. i was eavesdropping on conversation here. a lot of my friends, people who voted for president obama both times are saying we -- >> who are these people you're hanging out with that voted for him two times?
>> why do ifo owe. >> that's fine. here, take it. >> check your e-mail. let's get to headlines now. start with a fox news alert. once again, terror wreaking havoc in london. a knife wielding man shouts this is for syria at a train station. >> drop it! [ bleep ]. >> drop it! >> witnesses say the man was waving a 3-inch knife at people as they ran out of the station. police tasered him six times before bringing him down and arresting him. investigators right away calling it an act of terror. the three injured expected to live. an hours long standoff in a motorcycle shop in wisconsin ends with two dead and two in the hospital. two armed men took hostages and fired at police responding to the scene. one bullet hit an officer's helmet. thank goodness that helmet saved his life.
one suspect was shot and killed after refusing to drop his weapon. the other one surrendered. police are trying to determine the motive. the death metal returning to the stage in paris. the band was playing when terrorists killed dozens of their fans. the band saying that they really wanted to get back there and wanted to be the first performance. apparently, they're joining u-2 for their final song tomorrow night in paris, a show originally canceled because of the massacre. the california rock band will resume its european tour in february. those are your headlines. >> yes, they are. coming up, he earned an average salary. she didn't even work. how could the killer couple in san bernardino finance the terror attacks? that's a key question they're looking at. we go inside their search.
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welcome back. fox news alert now. investigators uncovering an arsenal of weapons and essentially a bomb making factory in the san bernardino shooters' garage. sigh yet farook earned an average salary, wife didn't work. how did they finance the massacre? could money lead to motive in this case? >> investigating the finances of terror with a special task force formed after 9/11. we're joined with an inside look. nice to see you. welcome back to the show. thank you very much. thank you for having me. >> let's go through the arsenal and get your sense of how they could have gotten all this together. they had 12 pipe bombs. hundreds of tools used to construct the ieds. rod wheeler saying it looked like a factory. 2,000 rounds of ammunition of 9 millimeter rounds. 2500 other rounds and then long rifle round also. so how are they able to get all
of this under the watchful eye of their neighbors? >> you know, it's probably something that may have happened over time. right now, investigators have uncovered that their salaries, the wife didn't work, salaries of the man was very limited. but this may have happened over time. if you really think about it, it doesn't take a lot of resources for this kind of terrorist attack even though the arsenal is very impressive. >> of course, after 9/11, we in this country learned about the way in which the finances could be shifting back and forth among the terrorist members. not necessarily through a traditional bank. very often in these countries, money is pooled together and then shared. do we think we're seeing similarities to this? >> difficult to tell. the investigation continues. obviously the leads are going to lead us to determine whether cash or the financial institutions were used.
it will be one of the steps that i'm sure investigators are taking. they want to determine whether cash was used. if cash was used, they want to determine whether somebody was helping to funnel the cash to them and in what form. for example, they might have used money remitters, which is not a known common way of getting money to people. the famous -- an informal banking system. those are things that need to be determined. those are the kinds of things that will lead investigators to know exactly how these weapons were purchased and how were there cash or some sort of financial instrument. >> as you mentioned, you do a lot of this forensic work. so you liken it to putting a puzzle together. you want to start with those weapons. why starting with the weapons? do you think that will unraffle the case? >> you want to see whether they were purchased over time, how they were purchased. the how is part of the puzzle that leads you to know whether
or not they were purchased in cash, which will take you in one direction or whether they were purchased using some sort of financial instrument, a credit card, a bank account, which leads to you another part of the puzzle. obviously, the examination of bank accounts and financial records is going to be a crucial part of this investigation because you want to determine whether or not there were others involved and those kinds of records could be key in helping to determine that because of the limited resources that the people had. >> what would be a one question you would be looking at right now if you were leading this investigation? >> one much my first questions would be how were the weapons purchase? with cash or by -- with another financial instrument or were they purchased by these people and then funneled to them? >> luis rivera. a long history of tracking terrorists and looking into these sorts of things. we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up on the show, the new york daily news is at it again. this morning, might make you sick. one writer blaming a dead victim
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breaks barry sanders ncaa record. the number one sexy singles. recent poll from a dating site says the people in san francisco rate themselves higher on the attractive -- we're down in the newsroom to talk about the mass shootings. like the one in san bernardino can happen anyplace at any time. new research suggests public shooting sprees have happened almost every day this year. they happened in places like offices and schools. so how can you improve your chances of surviving if confronted by a crazed gunman? believe it or not, there is -- we're not sitting ducks. we have a self-defense expert here. former new york city chief investigator and the director of defend university.com. it's good to see you again. i've known you for a long time. we don't have to be sitting ducks. the typical response -- response that is typical is to sort of freeze up when you see something like this happening. it's horrifying. but you can do things to improve
your chances of living. >> yeah. first of all, create a plan of action. think about it before it happens. this way you create a blueprint, a plan of action to do. that's going to help eliminate that fight, fright or freeze. most people send to freeze in a situation like this. empower yourself with that knowledge and information. we have a number of things we can do. one of them, the minute, listen to your eyes and believe your ears. if you see a gunman or hear one, run. immediately. no hesitation. seconds count. when seconds matter, you could be in very grave danger. >> you say run in a zigzag pattern. >> not in a straight line. especially if you can see him. if you can't see him, you run opposite of the shooting. run in a zigzag or stay out of the x. his range is this way. you want it stay out of that. run in a zigzag pattern. >> a key point you've made over and over are that these guys are going on little time. they won't waste their time
doing the zigzag pattern. they'll go for the mask instead. >> the average police response in -- in new york city it's a three to five-minute response. he knows he has little time. if you're hide willing, he's not going to search the room. >> we're talking about hiding right now. if you can't run, you can't do the zigzag, then you go and you hide. you lock a door, turn off the lights. because the gunman obviously is not going to spend two minutes to open up a locked door. he'll go for the other ten doors potentially open in this office building. >> he's going to the -- he's not going to stop for a few seconds. >> one of the things you say is hiding under desks. you say why would that be effective? this is an open room. there are desks here. you can kind of see. >> he's not going to check every nook and cranny. if you go under there, there's good hiding places. he's not going to check everything. he's going to the masses. if this room is empty, he's going at a rapid pace. >> i love this idea. you were saying that some of
the -- we've been seeing a lot of experts going on television, giving us ideas how to deal with this. one of the problems with using a belt on this latch is that they're put tg in the wrong place. it's important where you put it. it has to go all the way over, if we can wrap it over again and drop all my weight to open this. >> if i try to open this, he's not going to be able to get in. >> he's going to try a couple times. >> if it's over here, this is a big key. >> we've seen experts do this. i don't have the same leverage when it's closed there. easier to compromise. >> the last is fight. if you're in this person's face, they're at you and got the gun going or the gun down, what are you to do? >> our weapons o over here. >> for a woman. you say we carry perfume in our purses. anything we use could potentially disable them for a
moment. spraying -- i know. my perfume has a lot of alcohol in it. it will sting your eyes. that would be one second of delay. but it could help. >> if you're going to have to fight for your life, it has to be no hesitation whatsoever. this is a needle point pen that i carry when i travel on airplanes. it takes 2.5 pounds of pressure, about that much pressure to penetrate the skin. experts say go for the eyes. >> why is that not to go for the eyes? >> it's a natural reaction. you go for the throat. soft tissue. >> vascular, filled with nerves. it's going to stop him. >> plunge it in, you leave. if it's a pair of scissors, it's in your hands. grip here. the minute you do, same thing. into the soft tissue of the neck. >> very good points. these will be on the website as well. tucker, clayton back to you. >> juliette, thanks. be careful with the scissors. disturbing new tie between farook and terrorists.
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terrorist group. >> former homicide detective rod wheeler has been on the ground for days and joins us now. what can you tell us? >> reporter: this investigation is really starting to unfold and show us and give us a better picture in terms of how these dots are starting to connect. now, real quickly, this is brand new information. there was an isis recruiter, the one that you were just talking about, clayton, mohammed hasan who once lived in minnesota. when he lived in minnesota, it was believed, clayton, this is the same guy that was behind the terrorist attacks that we had down in texas. you may remember that. if this is the case, there has been information that the fbi has learned from this investigation here in san bernardino that farook, the shooter, the suspect in this case may have had ties to this guy hasan. now, hasan no longer lives in the united states. he lives in another country right now. but the fbi is hot on his trail. now, there's another significant
aspect to this that i just learned. this woman, tashfeen malik, the other suspect here, she actually had ties possibly to this guy as well by way of the internet. she's the one that pledged to allegiance to isis before this attack. you can see, with all of this information, it's starting to connect. the dots are starting to connect and the fbi is hot on the trail of several individuals. >> where is this person? is he coming back? staying in a foreign country? is he a u.s. citizen. >> from what i understand, this is brand new information. the fbi is saying that this person is out of country right now. he was in minnesota at one point. they are tracking him. they think he's in another country. i doubt if he comes back to the u.s. we do know that he is an isis recruiter here in the united states when he was in the united states. >> it seems like the neighbors are starting to speak out a little bit more about what they
were seeing. are you hearing anything? >> you know what, the neighbors are talking a lot more, especially since the police are up and down. it's interesting to talk to the folks. they often said they wish they were more involved, wish they would have said more. we always say that. that's okay. going forward, they have to start talking and everybody is going to have to things when they see something suspicious. >> rod wheeler, thanks so much. >> thanks, rod. one of the big discussions in the wake of all of this is around gun control. we showed you the front page of the new york times yesterday. it was the first time in 95 years "the new york times" put an editorial on the front page calling for common sense gun control in this country. there it is on the left side of your screen. erick erickson was pretty upset about it. >> conservative blogger. >> he was pretty upset about it. he was on instagram yesterday and put up pictures of some of his guns.
he said you know what i'm going to take this front page and shoot it. he set up the front page of the new york times and fired his guns through t it set off controversy. >> here's what i think. the united states suffered the worst terrorist attack since 9/11. all law abiding citizens need their guns taken away? crew them. "the new york times" wants you to be sitting ducks with jihadists -- >> social media has been going crazy. people are infuriated over that. they don't seem to be infuriated about another editorial in the daily news. maybe this show. this is what she writes. she's an editorial writer for the daily news. big newspaper here in new york. she says they were two hate filled bigoted employees. she's talking about farook the male in the group and talking about a man who was killed. she said employees interacting
in one department. now, 13 innocent people are dead in unspeakable carnage. >> she's making the point that the murderers in san bernardino were moved to kill by this bigotry of americans. this is a point you're hearing on the left. there's a reason you did that. the reason is you middle america because you're intolerant. she's saying there was a guy in the workplace in san bernardino who was an evangelical christian and he somehow because he was so christian made the murderer uncomfortable and it's understandable the murderer killed him. that's unbelievable you would write that in a newspaper. there's the man right there. the man who was killed the other day in san bernardino. she's blaming him for his own death. >> she made provocative comments. >> i make provocative comments. >> someone was making fun of his facial hair and that that may have led to it. someone makes fun of your facial hair you get shot. >> you hear it all the time. speech is violence.
this is the justification for taking away your first amendment rights, it's in effect an attack on you and must be stopped. it's a micro aggression. >> the president made this point, the attorney general made this point. we're going to go after people who criticize and say mean innin things about islam. really? i thought i had first amendment rights. >> the past few weeks, there have been -- the nra terrorist cover. >> that was on friday. >> that was on friday. then the jihadi wayne cover and then famously, the god won't fix this cover showing the 2016 presidential candidates and their comments. >> they're trying to sell papers. >> they're blaming -- >> newspaper is dying and it can't die soon enough in my view. they're blachling americans for an attack by foreigners. people from outside this country
with totally different ideology. that's not american. that's creepy and totalitarian and wrong. i don't care. it is. we're somehow responsible for this. >> we have father jonathan to talk about this. the prayer shaming a little bit later on in the show. >> it's an interesting argument. for the new york daily news to say prayer doesn't work, some are saying that is the way to fix islamic extremism. that it's religious fanaticism. doesn't one have to fix the other. >> why is it middle class christian americans who are the villains. we're not running -- it's always the same refrain. it's your fault. i think the people who run this country hate the population of this country. i've noticed that. >> we'll see the president's speech tonight at 8:00. we'll see if those sentiments are echoed there. let's get to headlines. three intruders behind bars accused of robbing a federal judge and her foern husband at gunpoint. judge susan did he lat and her
husband are okay. three men kicked down their basement door and ransacking their home when they were confronted. the man held the couple at gunpoint and left after a noise in the garage startled them. police arrested the three shortly after. a daring and fiery rescue caught on camera in colorado springs. this apartment complex burned out of control. black smoke, as you can see there, pouring out everywhere. all the flames out the windows. one man tried to get his neighbor out before the flames got too hot. she didn't answer the door. firefighters pulled the woman, thankfully, to safety. the cause of the fire still under investigation. a billboard stirring up controversy in north carolina. the billboard put up by blackstone shooting shows santa aiming a military-style wip on and says santa knows what you really want. people say it's not jolly old st. nick. it could send the wrong message to kids. a little girl he is
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authorities issued an ash warning asking residents there to wear face masks. >> a risky rescue on the high seas. the u.s. coast guard saved four haitian migrants after their boat sank near the bahamas. they brought them safely back to land in a helicopter. wasted no time attacking christians in the wake of the planned parenthood attack. yet they refused to use islamic extremism in the attacks in san bernardino. >> father jonathan is here. >> i wouldn't say it's the last. i would say the newspaper, the daily news, one or two people decided they would say god couldn't fix this. right, that god is not going to fix the question of guns, the access to guns and so politicians need to. but that's just a few, i would say, elitist. nothing wrong with being elite in the sense of authority.
it's not everyone, i would say. >> but there is -- i mean, among politicians, i almost hear -- never hear anybody on the democratic party say there's a problem with islam. >> that's another question. >> many people say there's a problem with christianity. >> it should begin with leadership from our president and politicians saying, yes, of course, we have to be tolerant. yes, we have to be open. but the problem right now is in a huge swath of the middle east and now obviously in europe and the united states is radical islamist ideology. they need to say it. it's a little bit like if a huge plague in the united states of america, some great bubonic plague or something and the politicians would say we need to work on an infectious disease. no, we need to find a solution to the problem and that doesn't mean that you're anti-muslim. it means there's a problem, we need to fix it.
>> how do you fix that infection? it seems like you'd have to fix it from within islam, inside the church. inside the church, how do you -- >> that's a great question. one is you have to stop the immediate threat. you have to stop those who have been radicalized. the idea that gun control in this case was going to stop these guys, we all know that's preposterous. it's ridiculous. i would hope, too, that we could have common sense laws to keep guns -- these military-style guns out of the hands of bad people and also of good people in my opinion. some people will disagree with that. i don't think we need people out there with these military-style assault weapons. some people will use them for the good. make the sacrifice to make sure they don't get in the hands of other people, bad people. whether it's gang members or whether it's radical islamists. that doesn't mean that that's going to solve the whole problem. we have to stop people who are radicalized and to your point,
clayton, we have to make sure that the muslims are standing up on an international level saying, anybody who says that god could tell to you do this is not listening to god. >> we do want to make a point. ryan morrow was on, a terrorism expert and security expert. he said oftentimes the people that are narcoticing on their neighbors are muslims themselves, muslims are saying, i see something wrong. >> good for them. >> going to the authorities. also you're hearing now that some of the neighbors who live near the people in san bernardino had seen things but didn't say anything because they were concerned about racial profiling and hurting feelings. >> i get it. good attitude. but now it needs to be altered. a bigger issue is people are fearf fearful. we know it could hit anywhere. this was a christmas party. it could hit anywhere. it could hit a church. it could hit so many places. we have to decide as a nation that, first of all, we're not going to cow to the evil.
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the country with hardly any vetting. here to weigh in is retired senior special agent cutler. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> we knew little about this when letting her in. >> that's correct. >> did we try to learn more? >> we tried but keep hearing about the vetting process for refugees. many of our visa programs have no vetting process and our k 1 has one of the highest approval rates because how do you screen this. this isn't like marriage fraud. i did marriage fraud investigations and we've seen where terrorists have used marriage and visa frauds the 9/11 commission talked about that by the way. here you're talking about somebody going to immigration saying about i'm about to marry this person, never met them, supposed to have met them in two years, but if going to their country so far away that would impose a hardship or religious beliefs don't require a face-to-face meeting you can bring someone in literally site unseen, how do you make certain this is a legitimate marriage. >> here's my concern. a visa holder from saudi arabia or pakistan, is qualitatively
different from one from new zealand or south korea. a lot of crazy people in pakistan and saudi arabia. do we give special attention to those? >> my understanding is with he do not. now even -- think about something else, if you're here illegally from one of the countries that sponsor terror why are we not looking to arrest those folks to shrink the haystack that the deadly needles are hiding in? and the vetting process falls flat on its face across the board. if you look at the tsarnaev brothers they got political asylum and immediately went home. if you're claiming i can't go home and then you go home, maybe you lied. >> by the way, they were coming from a place, they were chechen. >> absolutely. >> a lot of islamic extremists. >> talk about investigatout vet become a citizen they're supposed to conduct a good moral investigation. how is it one became a citizen before he carried out the attack. faisal shah sad naturalized months before he set off the car bomb in times square.
at sentencing the judge said you took an oath as an american. he said i lied. i hate america. i don't need your freedom. i have shariah, it gives me freedom. >> why don't we make distinctions between countries that pose a threat and those that don't. >> we should but what's happening in england and france and is still have a visa waiver program. they can't fix it. it needs to be discharded. this is about the u.s. chamber of commerce. if the folks have been to syria or iraq, do you think they're getting stamps in their passport and if they're a dual national they can cover their trails but alternating which passport they present when they travel. so we are making it so easy. by the way, do you know that when an alien naturalizes they get a passport with only their new name so they're putting themselves in their own witness protection program. i raise this at hearings and get yet to get a solid answer. >> michael cutler, thank you for that. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up isis in america, the terrorist attacking us on our soil. what should we do to fight back? the man who killed osama bin
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and for details, visit jardiance.com. good morning, everyone. it is 7:59 on the east coast, sunday, december 6th. i'm juliet huddy in for anna kooiman. brand new raids tied to another suspect in the san bernardino terror attacks. the childhood friend who may have sold those islamic extremists the weapons they used in the massacre. the latest on that. president obama set to outline his response to terror in prime time. he'll be speaking tonight right from the oval office. will he stay the course or admit what americans already no, he has no understanding of the threat. we'll bring you the latest. the crash landing for the plane carrying morgan freeman when the tires explode on takeoff. what went wrong and how is everyone doing this morning. we'll tell you. "fox & friends" hour three begins right now.
good morning, everyone. fox news alert, overnight brand new raids under the cover of darkness. there may be another suspect in the san bernardino terror attacks. police want to talk with this person. >> this as the feds begin investigates syed farook's on-line linking to a known terror recruiter named muhammad hassan. you're looking at a picture of the man right now. >> the breaking details from redlands, california, former homicide detective rod wheel. what do we know about this guy? >> good morning, guys. there's been a lot of activity occurring over the past 24 hours. the fbi is starting to really connect the dots now. you know what it's starting to make a lot more sense. real quickly, let me bring you up to date on new information that i actually just learned. the fbi is saying now that this individual, muhammad hassan, you know what, this guy is a known isis recruiter, he was living in the state of minnesota. now according to the fbi, when they conducted the raid the search at the suspect's home which is right here behind me the other day, they got information that this guy,
hassan, may have been in communication with syed farook. that was the guy that was the suspect in the shooting last thursday. in addition another individual who possibly purchased the weapons for farouq who lived in riverside, california, only about 15 miles from here. the fbi raided his home last night. i actually went out there last night. i didn't go into the scene, but the fbi raided his home. they were able it to get new information as well. now, real quickly, the thing about this guy, hassan, he's not living in the united states anymore, but the fbi has agents in other countries searching for this guy. >> been wondering why he's from minnesota. massive resettlement of muslim refugees from somali in minnesota and for that reason it's been a hotbed of isis activity. tell us about the other raid. you said the authorities gathered information in that raid. what kind? >> that's right. well you know they haven't said, tucker, exactly what they got but what they did, they were taking out boxes of information, bags of information, possible evidence, so all of these
things, they're actually going through this morning. they're sifting through. a lot of it went to the fbi laboratory for evaluation. i think as the day comes up here, we're going to learn a lot more about what was happening. one other thing, too, real quick i want to share with you and the viewers. you remember the terrorist attack we had down in garland, texas, it's believed that this guy hassan, muhammad hassan, was the one behind that in terms of recruiting those two guys down there as well. so as you can see, this thing is really starting to open up. >> interesting. all right, rod wheeler, thank you very much for your report out there at the scene. the president will be discussing this topic tonight. this is going to be a very rare occurrence for him, speaking from the white house, talking about the terror attacks. nobody knows what he's going to say. you have your theories. >> yeah. i mean your point, though, that this is rare, the president speaks an awful lot but almost neffer from the oval office. he's done it three times since he's been in office the first for the bp oil spill in june of 2010, few months later to announce the end, the momentary
end it turned out of combat operations in iraq and now this. he's come under pressure from democrats and you have to believe from the hillary clinton for president campaign to chair fwi what his position is on isis. he sort of dismissed them with the back of a hand as a jv team. that's untrue. we're going to find out does he understand the nature of the threat, can he say it out loud? i don't know. i know he will call for gun control. >> hillary clinton the other day was quick to come out and call it terrorism. so while the president didn't come out and call it terrorism, hillary clinton came out and called it terrorism. so, too, did the obama administration's head of the fbi, james comey, called it terrorism. so there seems to be a disconnect. earlier we had tim clemente former fbi special agent and task force member and what he said was interesting, he said if this doesn't keep with the president's narrative we are safer so the president will have to walk this weird line tonight during this speech telling us what he's told us three weeks ago that we're safer and that we are more safe than we've ever been before, we're all going after isis. >> the paris was a setback.
>> paris was a setback in our fight against isis, and that also come out and reassure us we are still safe tonight. >> this is a guy two days ago told us the core reason isis is attacking us is because of climate change. >> right. >> global warming. they're mad about that. can someone who just said that, pivot and tell the truth, which is these are religious extremist motivated by a belief in their god, to kill us and sometimes themselves. that's a real threat. you know what i mean? you can fix poverty, stop people from driving suvs, can you stop a religious it there like this if you don't understand it? >> i have to say, as i was saying earlier, a couple of my friends who are -- were obama supporters who voted for him and yes, i do have friends that voted for obama, getting a lot of tweets p nasty tweets, they were saying that, you know, he's really lost them. they feel like they -- they're tired of the wish-washiness, tired of hearing about loretta lynch showing up at the fbi
presser on friday to monitor what was going on there. >> we saw the sound bites yesterday, lee carter, we had the dials, this straightforward speech from donald trump and the dials as he was speaking just go through the roof. among democrats, independents and republicans. all three lines going up. he said i'm going to go after isis, it was clear he was definitive. and then we played the sound bite from president obama and it was really the line at the very bottom and what she said was, he just appears weak kneed. >> the not just weak, he lectures us, they come to this country at taxpayer expense, kill us, and somehow we get the lecture from the president. oh, you're driving the wrong kind of car, too many guns you're a big got that's why they're doing it. >> and i think americans like when presidents apologize. come out and admit when they're wrong, right. it's exactly what president kennedy did in taking the responsibility for the bay of petition of of pigs invasion. >> it was my mistake, happened on my watch and his poll numbers went up as a result of that.
>> i was talking to somebody who said you know what, the fact that donald trump kind of does this us versus them, they like that. they don't want to hear the we when we're talking about terrorists and, you know -- >> yeah, because we're not responsible for it. that's why. >> christina says this on facebook, she says, we asked you to write in, christina says he could say i was wrong, isis is not a jv team, an elite terrorist organization and we are going to blow them off the map. >> curt on facebook i would like him to finally identify the problem. it's radical islamic terrorism. yeah. don't hold your breath. >> mary says i want him to stop trampling on my second amendment rights and hear him call these threats what they are, domestic terrorism. >> trump and his response to all this, no wondering where trump stands on the question. he was crystal clear, if vulgar. this is an actual tape of donald trump from yesterday. watch this. >> i would handle it so tough you have no idea. you don't want even want to hear how i would handle it.
i will get myself in so much trouble with them, we are going to handle it so tough. and you know what we're going to do, we're going to get it stopped. >> we have a situation where isis has raised its ugly head again and we got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. >> you know it's a whole big hoax they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about he they want to die. they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ]. believe me. they don't want to die. >> notice the hostility at them, at isis, and not at americans for owning too many 12 gauge shotguns. >> ted cruz released a new ad yesterday talking about going after the terrorists. here is senator ted cruz yesterday. watch.
>> if i'm elected to serve as commander in chief, we won't cower in the face of evil. america will lead. we'll rebuild our military. we'll kill the terrorists. and every islamic militant will
foe if you wage jihad against us, you're signing your death warrant. under no circumstances will i ever apologize for america. >> we know he's smart because he's picking up on the temperature, gauging on the temperature of voters in the united states, and they want
to hear terror, keeping our country safe, the number one concern. not global warming. >> no one has ever questioned ted cruz's intelligence. a knife wielding man stabs three people at a train station in london and he screamed, this is for syria. >> drop it. [ bleep ]. >> drop it. >> total chaos there. witnesses say the man was waving around a 3 inch knife as people ran for their lives and it took six shots of tasers to bring him down. londoners answered back against his claims he was muslim. listen. >> you're no muslim, bro. you ain't no muslim.
>> police immediately called this an act of terror. the three injured expected to survive. hours long standoff inside a motorcycle shop near green bay, wisconsin, ends with one person dead and two people in the hospital. investigators say two armed men took hostages inside the shop and fired at police responding to the scene. one bullet hit an officer's helmet. that police say saved his life. one suspect was shot and killed after refusing to drop his weapon. the other did surrender. police are trying to figure out what the motive was. and a major scare in the air for morgan freeman who has had a tough year. a private plane carrying the actor makes a crash landing in mississippi after blowing a tire on takeoff. freeman was heading to texas to shoot scenes for a movie called "a story of god" when the plane skidded off the runway into a dirt field. no one was hurt. in a statement freeman thanked his excellent pilot for preventing any injuries. and it's up to americans to protect america. that is what a nevadap republic assembly woman posted on facebook with this locked and
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welcome back. a fox news alert, president obama set to address the nation tonight following the terror attack in san bernardino. the president will provide an update on the investigation into that attack and his strategy to defeat isis. what else will he talk about? hear to weigh in on that is the host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. what's your sense of tonight's speech? what will the president say? >> a little bit of guidance i have gotten so far is not to expect any dramatic change in the president's policy for fighting terrorism, either overseas or at home, no big excalation of our -- is kalation of our war on isis. more in the nature of trying to reassure the plan to fight isis. he will try to make that point. you have to think one of the reasons he's giving this speech, and this will only be the third time he has spoken from the oval office, the picture you've got there from august of 2010, i think it has been five years
since he's spoken from the oval office, is because he was kind of i think there's no question slow to the realization that a lot of people in this country had a lot earlier, that this was an act of terror. the president at the beginning started treating it as another mass shooting, talking about gun control, various -- well maybe it was terror, maybe it was work place violence, and really it was only yesterday in his weekly address that he called it an act of terror. i think most americans had come to that conclusion a couple days before that. >> chris, if he's not going to change his views and continue to blame it on global warming or call for more gun control why give the speech in the first place some. >> because i think he's trying to reassure americans he has a plan to protect them. one can argue how effective that plan is. but basically to say, we are going to protect you, we're going to protect you from the threats overseas, protect you from the threats in this country, and also give the latest on the investigation. you know, i don't think there's any question that some people
have been -- have had some doubts about the president's response and he's trying to belatedly get out in front of it. >> my question, he must be coming under pressure to do this. i assume someone must have said you have to do this. is he coming under pressure from his party? >> the answer is i don't know. anybody who has seen the way the story has evolved in the last few days would say that the president has been behind the curve, rather than ahead of the curve. >> it just seems like political trouble for him if he goes out and says what he's been saying. even his own party, you know, i keep talking about my friends who voted for him, they're frustrated, they're disgusted with the situation now. you talk to people who live outside in places like st. louis and smaller cities who, you know, on a day-to-day basis weren't that concerned with terrorism, that's a big city thing, it's not. it's not a big city thing. doesn't the president need to address this and, you know, not keep on saying the same old status quo? >> well, look, i don't know what he's going to say and neither do
you guys, so we'll have to wait and see what he has to say. clearly, juliet, i think that that's the point, is that he understands that people have a new sense of their vulnerability when it isn't happening in a new york or paris or a world capital, but it can happen in a suburban community like san bernardino. you know, that a house and a bedroom community of los angeles can be turned into a bomb factory that brings it home for a lot of americans and clearly he wants to address those concerns that people have. >> fox news sunday starts in a little while, chris. who do you have on the show? >> first of all, we will have live reports from the white house, from kevin cork who will have the very latest on what the situation is there in terms of what the president is going to say. will car in redlands at the scene at one of the crimes. there was a raid overnight. the person who bought the assault rifles that were used in this case, we're going to be talking to chairman mike mccaul of the house homeland security committee, ask him what he wants
to hear from the president and get the latest, he's plugged in to intel and law enforcement as to where things stand. then there are political impacts of all this. we've seen in the polls people swarming towards donald trump, away from ben carson. we will be talking to ben carson who went to the middle east last week and is trying to shore up and to reassure people that he can be commander in chief and protect the country. we'll be talking to ben carson also on news sunday." get the president's speech tonight 8:00 p.m. eastern time. coming up, isis in america. the terrorist attacking us on u.s. soil. so what should our plan be to fight back? the man who killed bin laden, rob o'neill, is live next. >> not only celebrate christmas but schools may soon have to celebrate this. >> the tradition of festivus begins with the airing of grievances. i got a lot of problems with you people! now, you're going to hear about
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the studio is hot today. all right, 8:23 on the east coast. we've all seen what happens when you text and walk. remember the lady falling into the fountain? well a new study reveals three fourths of americans believe distracted walking is a serious issue, but only 30% of people admit to doing it. experts say at least 60% of digital dead walkers as they're called are distracted by their
phones. and a man barred from a ladies night lingerie show in au sterling silv stral ya is filing a futs suite. he said his girlfriends got an evytation for the show and he wanted to choose lingerie for him. president obama set to move for the oval office address for the san bernardino shooting tonight at 8:00 p.m. and talk about the u.s. role in against terror. >> what does he need to do before another attack happens on u.s. soil. rob o'neill joins us now to weigh in on this. nice to see you this morning, rob. welcome back to the show. >> good morning, thanks for having me. >> what does the president need to say tonight to help us understand at least get some guide ons on what his plan is and help reassure americans? >> i'm hoping the president mentions that, you know, we need to have boots on the ground in syria, need to take back the capital of raqqah, syria, probably the united states marine corps, because they're
big at saying we have boots on the ground, they're there now, admit it, get in there and we need a unilateral offensive mission to crush these people, take away their caliphate and show them it's not divine. that, you know, the united states is going to take it away from you. >> a lot of americans looking at the san bernardino terror attacks were shocked to see a woman involved. shocked to see any women around isis. they have medieval attitudes about women. women from the west seem it to join up. what do you make of that? >> they're shocked to see women in the fight because they've never seen women in the fight. women have been part of the problem since the beginning. they've been using black widows and suicide bombers, females, i've been in gun fights in afghanistan where i've had to talk a woman out of picking up a gun from a dead man's hand i just shot. they're on the osama bin laden raid, jumping in front of people, acting as human shields. bin laden himself had his hands on the shoulder of his wife when i went into the room.
the women are there. yes, they're second-grade citizens but they -- like i've mentioned before, they're allowed by the whatever rules they have to blow themselves up without permission if someone comes in their house. these women are a problem. these unvetted migrants or whatever they call them are problems and so are the military aged males. we're fighting a -- we have a group of people that are fighting a holy war against us. we refuse to admit who they are. >> we forget to call it what it is. are you frustrated the way that the president's response -- >> extremely frustrated by everything. no one wants to admit what it is. this is a problem and these people are trying to kill us because we don't believe in their god. it's that simple. they are -- they are islamic, religious and they're fighting to be martyrs. it's so obvious that it's so frustrating. they're the only ones admitting it and telling us what they want to do and nobody wants to say islamic terrorism. >> the policymakers don't seem to want to admit it or they don't understand it. >> it seems like they would rather have innocent civilians
get killed than offend people. >> that's true. but when the guys fighting against isis, the americans, special operators over there right now, do they understand it? >> well they know exactly what it is. i myself, i started studying this, you know, ten years ago just so i could understand what was going on. it's fascinating but it's real and here and it will come again and i mean even right now at this point we have 100 american citizens we know of that have fought on the front lines with isis in syria and they're back here. for some reason, you know, we'd rather talk about climate change than, you know -- i can't remember the last time i saw a picture of climate change holding a severed head. >> when you were breaking into bin laden compound did anyone mention they were waging jihad on behalf of climate change? did that ever come up in the operations you were on? >> that never happened but the women did want to jump in front of the men to martyr themselves to get to heaven. and we knew it was there. every one in that raid knew what it was. every man on -- men and women, every raid i've been a part of, they know what's happening, they
know what the problem is. >> isis seems -- i mean to your count, they seem like reasonable people, right, the obama administration says basically we need to change their hearts and minds. that is the solution? >> you know it's not going to -- it doesn't take a lot of time to do a quick google search and find pictures of parents teaching 2-year-old kids how to cut the head off a doll. this is what they're doing. they is have schools, hotels, r and r for their jihadi fighters. this is worse than pre-9/11. they have the caliphate, the islamic state, training people to kill us and they will keep killing us. >> how disspiriting for our armed forces to see a guy that doesn't understand the threat they're fighting. >> it -- the most common thing i hear from my brothers and sisters in the military is that there's not guidance, no leadership. all the white house needs to do is listen to the pentagon, the pentagon is full of people that are smarter than i am, and just do what they think we should do. they're going to do it. >> if you were in charge this morning, you're commander in
chief, in charge of our armed forces, what would you call for today, immediately. >> the united states marine corps. we can get them in there from the mediterranean sea, put a couple thousand people in there and crush them like they do every time they meet the jiha jihadis. let them fight. >> great to see you this morning. >> thank you so much. daring raid connected to the san bernardino shootings and new ties to terror from one of the killers. we have an update coming up next. up with group's mission is to spread holiday cheer to our troops and they are here on our plaza next. ♪ ♪ deck the halls with bows of holly ♪ ♪ .
fox news alert, overnight brand new raids. you're looking at video from one of them under the cover of darkness tied to another suspect now in the san bernardino terror attacks. a childhood friend of the shooter. this as the feds begin investigating syed farook's connection to muhammad hassan. >> the man who has been following the breaking news from redlands, california, is contributor and former homicide detective rod wheeler. what's the latest? >> well, i'll tell you as the sun begins to rise out here
things are becoming a lot more clearer in terms of what went down last thursday at that terrorist attack at that office building. let me bring you and the viewers up to speed in terms of what i just learned. last night, in riverside, california, which is only about 15 miles from where i'm located now, the if fbi and the riverside police department conducted a major raid at an apartment building at a house that belonged -- of a friend that was the friend of syed farook, syed farook we know was guys that was involved last week. now this individual, they believe, purchased some of those weapons and the ammunition that was used in that terrorist attack last week. now the fbi, they took out a number of boxes, bags and information, and they're going through that very atentatively this morning, sifting through all of that information. the other thing i learned overnight there was another individual by the name of muhammad hassan. muhammad hassan lived at one point in the state of minnesota. but the fbi learned that there had been some communication
between hassan and farook. and so that's why they're starting to connect the dots and they're trying to see exactly how much involvement did muhammad hassan have in the planning of the attack last week. >> amazing. they have gotten access it sounds like, rod, to the on-line chatter between these two. we were hearing reports that they had erased their profiles on-line, but apparently not. >> right. you know what they tried to erase their profiles. in addition to that they also destroyed their cell phones but what the fbi was able to do, they got a search warrant and give it to the phone company and the phone company provided the fbi with a lot more data. the other thing real quickly, the wife, tashfeen malik, also involved in the terrorist attack last week, she was very internet savvy. this is the woman that posted on-line her allegiance to isis moments before the attack. well, it looks like now she was also in communication with other individu individuals in other countries pertaining to her involvement with isis. >> and hopefully the feds will
be able to track all of those clues. thank you very much, rod. >> thank you. let's get you headlines, 8:35 on the east coast. three good samaritans including a former eagle scout rescuing a woman out of a burning car. people pulled over in mount laurel, new jersey, after seeing a car smashed. >> a telephone pole. live wires had fallen down on the car causing a small fire. luckily three strangers were able to pull the woman to safety before the car was it fully engulfed in flames. the crash and the woman's condition still under investigation. december 23rd or festivus was supposed to be a "seinfeld" joke but -- >> the tradition of festivus begins with the airing of grievances. i got a lot of problems with you people. now you're going to hear about it. >> not everybody is laughing these days. one parent claims an elementary school in arizona is res placing christmas with the made up holiday festivus. a parent wrote in to az
central.com saying marshal elementary school will be celebrating festivus before winter break instead and calls it a farce and avenue out of the problems of political correctness. i don't know if that's a joke or not. a former white house chef who dishd out secrets about everything at 1600 pennsylvania avenue turns out to be a fraud. how does this happen? in his book, "sir white house chef" ronny wrote about george w. bush smoking pot and romantic meals of chocolate covered strawberries he made for bill clinton. he claimed he worked there 3 years but the white house has no record of him working there ever. don't they vet these people? those are your headlines. >> chaos in the publishing industry. maria molina standing by to give us a report on the weather. >> hey, good morning. i want to take a quick look at the high temperatures across the nation because they're not too bad for this time of the year. take a look at new york city. 53 degrees for the high temperature. again, not bad at all for
december. head farther west not bad either in louisville. 55 for the high there. and you're going to be in the 60s in places like dallas and also in little rock. now we are going to be tracking some active weather. most of the heavy rain, though, has ended across south florida. we're looking at lingering showers out there. the conditions are improving there. some showers moving through parts of the midwest like iowa and parts of missouri, but the big weather story for today and over the next couple days is going to be farther west where we're tracking a massive storm system bringing in rain from washington state to oregon, also across northern california, and for the mountains, we're looking at significant snowfall with some areas expecting more than a foot of snow. higher elevations, some of the passes could be impacted and strong winds gusting over 50 miles per hour are going to bring issues there as well. the rain a big story as well. we could see as much as 6 to 8 inches out there along coastal areas. so flash flooding will be a threat and again that continues into early next week. now let's head over to clayton. >> all right. thanks so much.
well, it could be hard for our heros spending christmas away from their families while serving our country overseas. that's why a group of companies are teaming up for operation holiday cheer donating 500 christmas trees and more to our troops. joining us now to tell us more about the program, is greg hewitt ceo of dhl express u.s. and joe demini ka, co-owner of d's nursery and colonel tommy sullivan who received some of the trees while deployed overseas. nice to see all of you this morning. >> thanks. >> how did the program get started, guys? >> oh, 12 years ago, a lady came into de's nursery in oceanside and asked my father if he could send a tree to her son who was just deployed. my father offered her the tree. didn't know how to get it there. we hooked up with jim who knew kathy at dhl and the rest is history. here we are is 12 years later. >> the kids are putting care packages together, sending letters to the soldiers that will be included with the trees,
care packages, ornaments, lights that will go over this week. >> tell me how you got involved and why this means so much to our troops while serving overseas? >> we're fortunate to be -- have been recipients of this for ten years. i received my first trees in 2006, delivered them ourselves across iraq. and then i come back every year to dee's when i'm not deployed to say thank you. that's why we're here to say thank you to dhl and de's nursery for their jgenerosity ad all the kids and generosity of all the people throughout new york who put the packages together. >> it's amazing to get that little slice of home. >> yeah. >> especially since i don't think these kind of trees are grown very well in the desert, right? >> definitely not. >> what's been the response that you hear from the families some. >> the response is amazing and we're so fortunate to have a tree farm to be able to do this, to show our support for the men and women who serve. >> how do you pull this off? >> it's a lot of logistics.
>> yeah. >> we leverage a 767 flight which tomorrow will fly to cincinnati, ohio, put on all the trees on a 777, that will go over to bahrain and then work with the d.o.d. in the middle east to work to make sure the trees get distributed to the bases in kuwait, afghanistan and iraq. >> why is this important to dhl? you do a lot of this? >> for us it's our way of saying thank you to the brave men and women who protect and serve the country. if we can bring a little bit of home to them from the holiday season, it's fantastic. >> let's see what the kids are writing here. your name is matt. >> yes. >> what did you write? >> dear soldiers i hope you have a merry christmas. i hope you get home soon and i hope you will see your families -- i hope you see your families. thank you for your service. by matt. >> going to bring tears to my eyes. thank you so much and merry christmas. >> merry christmas to you too. >> appreciate it. tucker and juliet, back inside to you guys. >> clayton morris, thanks to
you. terror a hot topic in politics. >> it's a whole big hoax they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to die. they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ]. believe me. >> that was donald trump. what else are candidates saying about isis? we're live in washington with the answer to that question coming up. snoets ♪ it's christmas all over ♪ plaque psoriasis...
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on this. good morning. >> good morning, tucker and juliet. those two issues you mentioned one of them, terrorism as well as national security, those are now the top issues for voters and you cap tell that the -- can tell that the candidates are aware of that. over the past week there's been plenty of back and forth between contenders over who is the most qualified to lead the fight against terrorism and keep america safe. ted cruz is making his case to voters in iowa with a tv ad titled "dangerous" that
lays out the texas senator's tough talking plan to defeat isis. >> if i'm elected to serve as commander in chief, we won't cower in the face of evil. america will lead. we'll rebuild our military, we'll kill the terrorists. and every islamic militant will know, if you wage jihad against us, you're signing your death warrant. under no starngss will i ever apologize for america. >> cruz is polling in third place among hawkeye voters and with the iowa caucuses two months away, nearly all of the
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the state hard to build support. cruz is -- while he is in third, donald trump, the frontrunner, he's always making news there in iowa and last night he continued his attacks on democrats for pushing gun control in the wake of the terrorist attacks. he says that if more good people had guns on them, then fewer people would get killed in these kinds of attacks. for the terrorists, he said this. >> you know it's a whole big hoax, they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to die. they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ]. believe me. they don't want to die. they don't want to die. >> trump never won for a filter. the next republican debate is less than ten days away. we'll be sure to hear a lot more on terrorism and national security moving into that. >> garret tenney live in washington, thanks a lot. coming up at the top of the hour how tenant colonel oliver north joins us live. he wants to hear what the president is going to say from the oval office. he has his predictions. >> such a great story.
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. quick christmas headlines for you. holiday headlines. jewish families around the world start to celebrate hanukkah. the festival known as the festival of lights begins at sun down to commemorate the jews for regaining control of the temple in jerusalem. they only thought they had enough oil to light the lamp for a single day but it stayed lit
for eight days and that's why the holiday lasts that long. a new jersey towns woman quits over the word christmas after her fellow couns members voted to change a ceremony name from the holiday tree lighting to the annual christmas tree lighting. hours after quitting she took back her resignation and now head a new diversity committee, of course. clayton? >> thank, tucker. a california businessman on his way to israel with his family when he made a touching tribute to american troops. watch. >> go out a whole bunch of army soldiers, americans. i just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. >> this is such a great story. to show his appreciation, the man insisted on buying a hot dinner for the 400 soldiers there at the shannon, ireland,
airport during a layover. he joins us with a story that has gone viral. i love this story. you're there with your family, get to the airport and you see all of these troops hanging out. they're about to open up their, what, mres or paper bag dinners? >> they were opening up something. it didn't seem that identifiable to me. i don't know how identifiable it was to them either. but they were about to start eating. >> something looked off to you, right? you said there was this weird paradox as you're walking through the airport. what was that? >> i think the picture was pretty much skewed. you had, you know, a whole bunch of people eating at these nice fancy eateries and bistros while the people who protect us and are fighting every day to protect our families and our communities, seem to be just kind of kneeling on the ground and eating out of those paper
bags and that kind of looked a little lopsided to me and i figured i wanted to make the picture look a little better and offer them $50 apiece to go to those restaurants and kind of have a warm meal on me. >> and initially the commander kind of was a little bit hesitant about it, is that right? >> yeah. probably didn't happen many times to him before. he might have thought that i was doing some kind of prank but i pulled out my credit card, i gave it to him and i said here you go. >> that's great. $50 for every soldier. there were 400 of them there? >> there were right under 400 and half were soldiers, half were marines. >> amazing. >> what was their reaction? we heard the clapping but at that point did they know they were going to be getting hot meals, real meals? >> at they point they knew already. as i looked back as much as they enjoyed the $50 meal, as i look
back, i think they were more appreciative of the gesture of someone actually caring for them, than the actual meal. when they came over to thank me and 90% of them came over to shake my hand it seemed like that's what affected them more even than the meal was the realization is that there are people out there who care. >> you run a large nursing home provider in the state of california, brius health care services. you didn't have fae idea this was going to go viral. someone was shooting video of it. were you surprised by the reaction? >> i was. i didn't know that anybody was taking the picture of it at the time. i probably would have gotten dressed beforehand. but whatever it was, i was ready to do it and it was in my head and i decided to do it and that's what i did. >> this is not something that's unusual for you.
you open your home to people who are in need and it's something that's very much part of your character and we hope this wonderful message, especially during the holidays and christmastime, spreads to the rest of the world. we appreciate you joining us today. thanks. >> thank you. merry christmas. >> thank you. up on the show, a big scare for simon cowell. his home robbed while he and his family slept inside. the die tails just ahead. the "new york daily news" is at it again this morning and look at this woman a little differently. she blames a dead victim for the california shooting. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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lieutenant colonel oliver north is joining us in moments. and then, feds raid a home overnight and they now think a former neighbor of syed farook bought two of the weapons used in the san bernardino attacks. we'll tell you what else they found and what they're looking for coming up. in typical trump fashion she doesn't hold back when talking about terrorists. >> you know it's a whole big hoax they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ], believe me. they don't want to die. >> he didn't just say their chicken. he added a bit to that. >> how much do words matter? our pollster breaks it all down for us coming up. "fox & friends" begins right now. we want to begin with a fox news alert. at least 32 isis terrorists are dead, dozens more wounded in air strikes carried out by a u.s.-led coalition over syria that happened just earlier today. >> on the same day that the
president will address the nation. this happens tonight from the oval office at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. what does he need to say to the american people and to our military who will no doubt be watching very carefully? >> let's ask fox news military analyst how tenant colonel ollie north. great to see you. >> great to be with you all. >> what does the president need to say tonight and does he need to change his tune from what we've been hearing him say over the past two weeks? >> or months or years. but it's interesting that he's making this address on the eve of the 74th anniversary of the surprise attack on pearl harbor. it's interesting pause because we're still making many of the mistakes as back then. just like at pearl harbor, solid intelligence is being ignored in washington and doctored before it's given out to commanders in the field. for example, same thing happened with admiral kimmel and general short in hawaii who weren't told we had broken the japanese code. how else can we explain this president telling the american
people up until at least tonight that isis is the jv team or more recently that it was contained, without acknowledging that isn't some delusional parallel universe. isis isn't contained and he has to acknowledge that. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff risked his job by saying so to a congressional committee. i would expect nothing less from joe done dunford, a u.s. marine, but i can't believe the president will acknowledge his own faults. here's what he ought to be saying. he ought -- by the way, just a quick shoutout to my baby sister who lives in san bernardino and knows that target location well. she and member es of her family are intimately familiar with that facility and a tragedy of what happened to those lives is that be an act of domestic terror, actually international terror, carried out on american soil, what is the president ought to be talking about. instead he will raise gun control. the american people ought to know they're being protected
from attacks like san bernardino and the only way to do that is to make major changes in the way we are doing business. first, the visa and refugee programs allowing foreigners into the u.s. have to be fixed. it's not a new problem. the terrorists who are sent to kill my wife and children in 1987 were from an organization calling itself the people's committee for libyan students. thankfully the fbi was monitoring them and notified the u.s. marines and my family and they moved us out of our home to a military base before they could carry out their attack. the terrorists were heading to our home in great falls, virginia, armed with ak-47s, rpgs, hand grenades which had been shipped to them in mcclain, virginia, via a diplomatic pouch. every one of the perpetrators were on student visa or educational work visas. the bottom line, we didn't know then who was here to kill us and most americans don't today because the state department's visa and visa waiver process is so bad and borders so porous.
the second thing that has to be done they have to stop trying to redefine the enemy. our enemy is radical islam whether they call themselves isis, al qaeda, al shabaab, aqap, al nusra, hamas, hezbollah, all of them are simply different trade names, if you will, for the same product and the product is jihad. it doesn't matter if it's sunni or shia, doesn't matter if their support comes from persians and tehran or arabs like saudi arabia, they have one goal to kill infidels and unless this president recognizes that, he can't win. the definition of victory, these franchises from hell have to be destroyed. we've got to go after the safehavens. it doesn't matter the trade name. if you -- if they have safe havens they can continue to inspire. if you radical whatever you want, direct control or recruit because they've got the safe haven sanctuary. that's not just in syria. literally we've got to go after
every one of them. they have safe havens for isis in raqqah, libya, sinai, yemen and somalia. if we don't go after them we're screwed. >> but colonel, wouldn't the first step be -- i'm not disagreeing, but before we send american troops abroad wouldn't the first step be stop importing potential terrorists here through refugee programs. >> absolutely. the visa and ref fuji program the state -- refugee program the state department is doing is clearly flawed. if any of the information we've heard about the wife of this duo that she came in with a false address, how hard would that be to check out for a counselor official when she puts in for the visa. this has to be fixed. that's number one and what number two is going after the safe havens. destroy them literally. >> we had the man, the navy s.e.a.l. who shot bin laden on earlier today, these gentlemen interviewed him and he said we need the marines, they're out there, we need them to go in, that's really the first step for
him. do you agree? >> no. look, there's obviously a lot of different people have a lot of different first steps. i just got back from literally on the 9th of november got back from being with the peshmerga on the northern front as they were preparing to takes the city right below the mountaintop. when i look at what they are going through, what they've not been given by the united states, there's been no direct assistance to them, the french air traffic controller was the missions, there were no americans on that hilltop besides the three of us, the three people covering making this documentary, i look at that and say to myself, if they just had forward air controllers, just had some decent weapons, they are willing to fight. by the way, peshmerga is the only organization that is always, every time, without exception, defeated isis. they've never lost a fight to them since the invasion back in 2014. >> so no military units, no
boots on the ground then? >> well, look, boots on the ground, we've got boots on the ground. we've had them on the ground. you know, we went from 12,000 that were there that obama bug out in december of '11, back to up to over 3500. the fact is you don't need the second marine division or the 82nd airborne division to accomplish this mission. the first thing to do is get on the ground trainers and advisors with the brigades, particularly with the peshmerga, they're the ones that know how to fight and win, and get those air controllers to run a real air campaign. look, we don't have two carrier battle groups in the m mediterrane mediterranean. ronald reagan had two carrier battle groups in the mediterranean and dealt with the program. use the aircraft, set up search and rescue from turkey, from erbil up in northern iraq and from, look, israel, and run those operations the marine air ground task force offshore you don't need to put the entire as
i said second marine division on the ground to do it. >> people are terrified of the isis threat and they should be. are you concerned the president will use their fear to try to enact his long-standing social goals including gun control? >> well, look, darn near wrecked the finest military in the world by using everybody in it as a lab rat in some radical social experiment. he's undoubtedly going to try to jam through, i predicted this by the way two years ago, his last year in office to ram through gun control that he will use by executive action. >> ollie north. >> thanks a lot. >> good to see you. moving on, hour's long standoff inside a motorcycle shop near green bay, wisconsin. it ended with one person dead, two people in the hospital, and investigators say two armed men took hostages inside the shop and fired at police responding to the scene. one bullet hit an officer's helmet but police say saved his life. one suspect was shot and killed after refusing to drop his weapon. the other surrendered. police are still trying to
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in the wake of recent terror attacks at home and abroad national security is now the number one issue for republican primary voters and because it matters to the voters it's the focus of many recent campaign ads. here to tell us which ads are working, pollster frank luntz. great to see you, frank. >> tucker, i do want to set the context. usually ads don't matter nearly as much as debate performance. >> right. >> what we've seen in this electionc cycle is more are paying attention than since 1980 and because of that they're
watching every piece of information they can get from the candidates. >> the media consultants will be glad to hear that. put a couple up and tell us if they will work with voters. first from senator ted cruz of texas. >> if i'm elected
to serve as commander in chief, we won't cower in the face of evil. america will lead. we'll rebuild our military, we'll kill the terrorists, and every islamic militant will know, if you wage jihad against us you're signing your death warrant. and under no circumstances will i ever apologize for america. >> that couldn't be clearer. do you think it's effective some. >> that's why it's so effective. because it's so clear. i would have told the media consultant don't use the second shot. that undercuts the credibility. if you want to talk straight to camera do its for the entire 30 seconds. when he says you sign your death warrant that you was the single best line of the presidential debate, one of the reasons why ted cruz has been rising over the recent weeks. >> directors can never resist the fancy shots. >> right. >> donald trump has been going
on about this in every appearance. something he posted on instagram. >> refugees are pouring into our great country from syria. we don't even know who they are. they could be isis, they could be anybody. what's our president doing? is he insane? >> well, that is even more direct. my sense the refugee issue resonates with republican voters. >> it does. republicans do not want syrian refugees coming into this country unless and until they can be checked. when he says let's kill the terrorists that's the right word. the concern that voters have is whether he knows what to do behind those words. it's one of the reasons why chris christie is actually the one that seems to be gaining in new hampshire. not just the right language, buts also the right policy. >> speaking of language trump has been using words repeatedly from the stump, one word in particular that we can't air on this show or any show, does that work? how do -- i never seen a presidential candidate swear in a speech as much as trump does.
how do voters respond? >> yes. it's that we ought to bomb the "f" out of them. i've wanted to say that word but don't want to get fired by your network. every time he says it he gets a standing ovation. the that's how strong the republicans feel right now. >>
i think that seems right. marco rubio of florida has this spot. take a look. >> this is a civilizational struggle between the values of freedom and liberty and radicals islamic terrorists. what happened in paris could happen here. there is no middle ground. these aren't disgruntled or disempowered people. these are radical terrorists who want to kill us because we let women drive, because we let girls go to school. >> smart. again the fancy camera work. does it work? >> and -- but the problem is that the positive is that he's talking about what they do to women but what the rubio campaign doesn't realize they're much more strong arguments against how they behave, that
they teach their children to hate, that they teach their children to kill, that that is what upsets americans more than anything else. the rubio campaign is on the right track. i would have said they could have gone further in what marco said. >> women not driving bad, beheading probably worse. >> exactly. >> dr. carson went to the
middle east last week. this is his new ad on the subject. >> president obama attacked me for not wanting syrian refugees to enter our country. he doesn't want you to know that his and hillary clinton's failed tough talk but do nothing policies are responsible for the meltdown in the middle east. millions of families are fleeing their homes because the obama/clinton tough talk was just empty rhetoric. we need leaders who stop whining and start winning. >> now that's an interesting point. blaming the refugee crisis on the u.s. policy that clinton and obama have presided over. does that work? >> yes. most republicans agree with that. now the challenge with ben carson, i don't mean to be negative with these ads, the
challenge is his going to jordan and talking about helping the refugees but over there in the middle east has almost unanimous support among republicans, but his expressions in the debate and in his speeches and press conferences about foreign policy have simply not been detailed enough and in some cases he's made mistakes. mispronouncing the word hamas is not acceptable to most republican voters. >> right. it's not humus. >> exactly. >> great to see you this morning. thanks a lot. >> thank you. up next live to redlands, california, where the fbi is expanding its terror investigation. new details overnight on what they found and what they're looking for. former d.c. detective rod wheeler is here to explain. very latest. plus, the "new york daily news" at it again. it will make you sick. one writer of that paper actually blamed a dead victim for the california rampage that killed him. stay tuned. the lexus december to remember sales event is here.
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sunday . welcome back. we have quick holiday headlines. tonight jewish families around the world will start to celebrate hanna cu, the eight-day holiday known as the festival of lights begins at sun down that commemorates the jews regaining control of the temple of israel. they thought they only had enough oil to light the sanctuary lamp for a day but lasted for eight. that's why the holiday lasts that long. pope francis lset to light the vatican christmas tree remotely. 31 afghan refugees will attend the ceremony. the italian navy will attend and hand out toys to children. 9:22 on the east coast. fox news alert overnight brand new raids under the cover of
darkness tied to another suspect in the san bernardino terror attack. a childhood friend of the shooter. >> all this as feds begin investigating syed farook's on-line link to a known minnesota terror recruiter named muhammad hassan. >> here former homicide detective rod wheeler. what do we know at this hour? >> good morning, guys. i can tell you that over the past 12 hours, there has been a lot of police activity. now in riverside, california, which is only about 15 miles away from where i'm standing now and i'm actually at the home of the original suspect, terror suspect, the police conducted a raid at this home last night and they brought out bags and boxes of information. now the police haven't said exactly, guys, what they recovered from that home last night, but what was really interesting is now how they're starting to connect the dots. now this individual that lived in riverside, california, was a childhood friend from what i'm bogey told of syed farook the
shooter last wednesday. in addition to that i just learned, this is very significant for investigation, a guy by the name of muhammad hassan that used to live in minnesota. muhammad hassan is a known isis recruiter to the fbi. you know what, there have been some communication between farook and hassan over the past month or so. so the fbi is connecting those dots as well. the last thing that's significant is that hassan is believed to be the individual mastermind behind the garland, texas, assault that we had about a year ago. as you can clearly see the fbi is aggressively connecting the dots on this particular case. >> so is there a warrant know, for hassan's arrest? he's been identified officially by authorities as a terrorist? >> oh, absolutely. now hassan has been known to the fbi for a while, but here's the thing, tucker. that's an interesting question. hassan is no longer in the
united states from what i'm being told. he's in another country. although the fbi now has agents in those countries actively searching for this guy and other individuals as well. i think as the day goes on, the week goes on, we're going to start seeing a whole lot more information come forward and follow this very closely out here in san bernardino. >> and rod, some of the digital footprints are perhaps leading to the individuals, the two smashed cell phones, what's the latest with that? these were two cell phones found at the scene, smashed in an effort to cover up who they had been talking to. >> that's right. these cell phones were believed to have been owned by the two suspects from the shooting last week. they actually found the cell phones in a dumpster right behind the apartment here where i'm standing. the fbi got a search warrant and they presented that to the cell phone company, clayton, and then the cell phone company was able to provide the fbi with a lot of data that assisted them in identifying who some of the folks are and they're continuing to identify these people throughout the day.
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fox news alert. president obama preparing to face the nation in a prime time address from the oval office tonight. talking about terror and isis. kevin cork live with the latest. >> good morning. should be very interesting. we're not exactly how sure the president will speak but we're guessing somewhere in the order of maybe 20 minutes or so. we do know what he will likely do is once again try to reassure the american people that listen, your safety and security remains my top priority. we also know that as you pointed out first time in over five years he's actually had a chance to speak from the oval office or decided to speak from the oval and we believe that tonight, we have learned from source s had he's going to lay out a number of specific steps about heightening security operations not just domestically but with
our partners abroad. we got a sense of where the president's thinking was on his weekly address. he will like will as you can imagine talk about the need for sensible gun reform legislation. now as you also probably have heard, your viewers may have missed this over the weekend, the president as recently as yesterday met with his national security team in the situation room talking about the latest on the intelligence they've been gathering on the heinous attack in san bernardino, california. we know he will lay out not just, again, more steps about combatsing what has become an all too familiar scene domestically, but ramping up in the preparation to try to prevent more terrorist attacks here and again the broader question as we've talked about on a number of occasions, guys, how you somehow handle it overseas in places like syria, for example, before it comes home to roost. so we'll be hearing, i imagine, a great deal of those issues tonight at 8:00 this evening.
guys? >> is there any indication, have they given you indication he will announce an executive action on gun control tonight? >> that's the $64,000 question for those of you who are old enough to remember that show. i can only tell you based on my observation, and the short answer is no. i don't know specifically. but based on what i've heard the president mention not just in paris, but on a number of occasions, the sense is from the white house, that there are things that can be done, sensibly done, to try to curtail the availability of certain weapons and certain munitions. will he announce that tonight. if i were a betting person and i'm not, i would bet yes, we should expect something dramatic in that end. i don't have that on background and can tell you that's what white house officials are telling me. >> thanks, kevin. isis comes forward to call the couple who massacred 14 people in southern california last week, quote, supporters of their terror group. >> after u.s. investigators said tashfeen malik professed loyalty
to the islamic network in a facebook post before the attack. how does a daughter of a reportedly well-to-do family, a young mother, with a 6-month-old, end up becoming a jihadedy bride. >> the author of "their jihad not my jihad" and president of counsel for muslims facing tomorrow and joins us live. thanks for coming on this morning. >> my pleasure. >> many people in america are wondering how the process unfolded, a pharmacy student, young mother, new bride, became part of a terror plot. do you have any incite insight insight into that? >> jihadists have declared a war on the west and since then they've had plenty of time to recruit whoever they need for their purposes. they work under many different names, isis, al qaeda, al nusra, doesn't matter, like the head of a snake, it keeps on morphing it itself into different identities, and they have found since isis grew, that women are
very susceptible to this kind of ideology and people were not watching out for women. you have to understand that their technology and their homework is far more than ours. the west can't even articulate the fact that this is a war against the west and seem to be asleep at the wheel, our leadership, who can't articulate this. so these extremists, these terrorists, have done their homework very well. >> let me assure you they're doing this on the backs of billions of petro dollars that come from saudi arabia and qatar and now an involvement with pakistan and these countries need to be warned that they have got to stop fueling and funding the terrorist activities. so targeting women or manipulating women to becoming one of their resources is not a difficult thing for them. >> rob ekneel, the man that killed osama bin laden was on our show earlier this morning and says it's so common that they've seen this in the
military for years, but our leaders haven't been talking about the women problem. listen. >> women have been part of the problem since the beginning. they've been using black widows and suicide bombers, females, i've been in gun fights before in afghanistan where i've had to talk a woman out of picking up a gun from a dead man's hand that i just shot. they're on the bin laden raid jumping in front of people, acting as human shields. bin laden himself had his hands on the shoulder of his wife when i went into the room. >> all too common. >> yes. absolutely all too common. women are being used because no one is looking for women. it's hard to acknowledge a well with a 6-month-old child will actually go and do something like the terrorist attack she was involved in. it's mind boggling but it is very, very much a part that the terrorists have taken, that the radicals have taken. they recruit anyone.
they even recruit children. we know that from history of the rise of islamist terrorism. they don't care. and when someone has a death wish, when they have been told that this life doesn't matter and that they are involved in an armed jihad to save the world so to speak, these women think that they're doing something very sacred and very noble. >> is the strategy -- >> brainwashed into believing. >> is the strategy, recruitment strategy, what these recruiters are saying on-line and in other places, different with men than it is women? do they say different things to appeal to the woman? >> it's all the same. it's all that the west is evil. we are at war with the west. this is an armed jihad. it is your religious duty and you these to go out and do this. it's the same. it's the same ideology. you have to understand it's only one ideology. operating under different names. it is an ideology of armed jihad and our leadership and everyone needs to stand up and denounce armed jihad. it's no longer valid in this
century. this is one of the options that we as muslim -- as the muslim reform movement are talking about. we just put out a declaration -- >> pardon me, do you think muslim leaders are standing up saying armed jihad is no longer appropriate in this century? >> they are not. they need to. we are as concerned muslims in the west are doing this and saying this what our leadership needs, everyone needs to stand up and say armed jihad is no longer valid. the people who are being recruited into this are being told that this is your duty, this is what it tells you to do. that's for the seventh century when these were tribal communities. you have to understand that muslims are great targets of the extremists, of the radicals. anyone who doesn't agree with them. you know, there's a death threat against me and this happens all the time for those of us who speak out. >> they're using, as you say, using religion to make their case, make their argument. >> yes. >> trying to turn the world back into a seventh century as you
point out. they're using the core ran to spread their -- koran to spread their message. >> let me tell you -- >> to fight it? >> they're using a -- they're using the koran out of context. any scripture when used out of context and when quoted out of context can be used for any kind of an agenda. and as i said, they are living in the seventh century, concept of a caliphate. used to be slavery and bigamy but we no longer accept that. they use select verses from the koran and brainwash people and they use religion because it is a very potent force. >> but my point -- the end of that question is, do we need to use religion to stop this? is that the key to all this? >> yes. yes. the same religion that has been used to brain wash them, needs to be used to stop them. and this is what we do. we work from within the faith, because it's important that we
say some of these concepts are no longer valid and move on in the 21st century and use the concepts of compassion and mercy and love for each other which are the largest proportions of the koran and many of them have not even read the koran. many of them don't understand this. they're just brainwashed and told this what is you have to do in the name of the fate. >> thanks a lot for that. interesting. fascinating. >> thank you. >> all right. going to get to headlines right now. we start with the united states, could face a major road bloc in the isis fight. the air force is saying it's running out of bombs an match s money to replenish supplies. while the air force says it has enough bombs at the moment, it will need future funding for the long fight ahead. a dramatic attack caught on camera. a security guard seen punching a college football fan. the university of houston had just won their conference title. the fans were storming the field
as they want to do at times and then the security guard is caught punching one of them multiple sometimes. that fan able to walk away on his own. the school is investigation. a new jersey council woman quits over the word "christmas" after her fellow council members voted to change a ceremony name from the annual holiday tree lighting to the christmas tree lighting. councilwoman charlene story said the event's new name violates the separation of church and state however she had a change of heart in a way, i guess. just hours after quitting, she took back that resignation and she will now head a new diversity committee. and one michigan high school concert choir has a unique way to celebrate christmas. ♪ >> these are the students at mona shores high school. 240 of them singing on top of a 67 foot christmas tree. it's decked out with 25,000 led lights and 5,000 feet of greenery. high school seniors get to be
put at the top of the tree as angels. those are your headlines. >> maria molina is standing by outside. hey. >> good morning. it's a little chilly but that's what you would expect for this time of the year. it's going to be a beautiful day in new york city. you're going to see a lot of sunshine, pleasant temperatures, not going to be the story across many areas in the easterns u.s. extending into the southeast and even across parts of the plains. a look at your high temperatures for today. the 50s across many parts of the northeast and into the 60s across places like the mid-south and also into parts of the southern plains. so enjoy today. it's going to be very mild out there and that's really going to be continuing across most of the country even as we kick off your work week on monday. now we still have some lingering showers across parts of south florida. a lot of that, though, really has dissipated compared to what we saw a couple days ago with heavy rain across that part of the country. across the pacific northwest this is where we do have a significant storm system moving in. it's been very unsettled across
this part of the country and it's forecast to continue into early next week. you can see on the radar right now we have areas of rain and also some heavy mountain snow. we're expecting more than a foot of snow across the higher elevations and as much as a half a foot of rain, locally even higher amounts here, over the next few days. so the threat for flash flooding is in place especially along coastal areas and also expect some strong winds as the storm moves onshore. back inside. >> thanks at lot, maria. >> thank you. coming up, it's play time on the plaza. the best toys of the year just in time for christmas. ♪ ♪
events in san bernardino as a tragedy. two lunatics swooped in and shot 30, killed 13 of them. those would be the victims. the murderers would be the per traitors, right? you must not read "the daily news." >> if you read the new yo"new y daily news", they were two hate filled big go tetted municipal employees interacting in one department now 13 innocent people are dead in unspeakable carnage. >> one of the victims who was killed was a gentleman who was -- he was very active on -- in blogs and sort of to the right, not sort of, he was to the right, wrote provocative things, this is the man we're talking about here. apparently he is not a victim, he's kind of complicit in this whole situation in linda stasi's eyes. >> a conservative christian. linda stasi the daily news writer like the white house and democrats in congress think if you're a conservative christian
you're the scary person. you may have a gun in your closet. >> basically he had it coming. >> of course he did. >> because he wrote things on a blog. "daily news" covers over the past few weeks have been outrageous to say the least. the nra called them terrorists on friday, jihadi wing, nowhere to hide. >> wayne lapierre president of the nra. >> another one this week, god isn't fixing this and it has quotes from the presidential candidates who were saying that their thoughts and prayers were with the victims and victims' families. >> why is it a certain sort of person looks at a terrorist shooting like this and immediately blames the victims. >> i didn't take it -- i didn't take it she was blaming this guy. i -- here's what i did. >> okay. >> here's what i took it as. i felt she was saying this guy was so kind of extreme in his views and always kind of talking about them, always -- >> but -- >> throwing them out there maybe
this was something that kind of raised the ire of this psychopath killing people. >> but the point is she says 13 innocent victims have died. made a point to say he's not innocent. >> which is -- >> not innocent. >> this is very common on the left right now, equating or conflating speech you disagree with with violence. you see this on college campuses every day. you say something i disagree with you're committing an act of violence against me. that's an aggression against me. the truth is in america for 225 years we've had the first amendment. you have the right to say something that other people disagree with and that right is under assault, being challenged explicitly by the white house. >> let us know what you think about this. go to our facebook page. weigh in on that. blaming the victims or just -- i don't fknow what the other -- >> inciting. >> i don't know. >> go to our facebook page, ff weekend. >> 19 days left until christmas. do you need to get a toy? of course you do. the best on our plaza next.
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